Lost Carts of Red Hook

I am truly sorry I missed the Idiatarod yet again. One day. . . and until then, I will dream on as I pass the lone carts that litter the streets of Red Hook, awaiting their next moment of glory. . .

I could not be the true CartPixie I was meant to be because of my heartfelt commitment to the Infinite Line. Here are some images, and a video will be posted soon:


Infinite Line

Family Drop-In Draw-A-Thon
Sat January 26, 1 – 4pm

BRIC Rotunda Gallery

33 Clinton Street, Brooklyn Heights


Come make art that will become a part of the exhibition! Artist Kristin Brenneman Eno will lead people of all ages in experimenting with drawing techniques on large scrolls. Stop by throughout the afternoon to find your drawing talent. Children and adults are encouraged to attend.


The Doll Neighborhood Comes to Town

A while back, my fine colleague, Ellie Balk, painter/muralist/teacher, saw "Ark" (2004) and decided it was quite spooky, what with all those dolls reproducing inside boxes and such. Upon hearing this, I looked at Ellie's own dolls and said, "Why Ellie, you are one to talk" (about spooky dolls). What resulted from our ensuing conversation(s), between us ourselves, and well, need we tell you, between our dolls, themselves?

Doll Neighborhood! Coming to a Brooklyn neighborhood near you, that is, to Prospect Heights/Clinton Hill, from this February through April. What is this all about? Well, it's a combination quilting bee-indie film-art show, with lots of socializing among crafty types, sprinkled throughout the experience. It's a prototype for possibly many more to come...to neighborhoods far and wide. Here is the call to artists. Here is our website and blog.

If you live in the City of New York, or somewhere within walking/driving/swimming distance, Ellie and I hope you can be our Doll Neighbor. It's going to get pretty spooky.