Nap Time and Holiday Car Trouble

Nap Time and Holiday Car Trouble

Posted by on Dec 22, 2015 in life, offspring, travel | No Comments

If you follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and/or Instagram, you’ve probably seen all the Levee there is to see. But I’m going to post a picture here, too. Because, you know. Just in case. It is nap time, a time when I should be folding laundry, putting away dishes, sewing, crocheting, drawing. Instead, I am […]

We’re Moving! – Why are you not surprised?

Posted by on Apr 17, 2014 in Blog, life, teaching, travel | 6 Comments

“Once you’d resolved to go, there was nothing to it at all.” ― Jeannette Walls, The Glass Castle “Moving” blog posts have become quite a familiar topic on our site. Blake and I started out in disparate places, he in Iowa (the blue) and I in Georgia (the pink.) All of the orange markers in […]

Travel Journal: New York City

Posted by on Aug 16, 2013 in art, travel | One Comment

“Look at the donkey!” –Random Kid upon viewing this Alaska Moose at the Natural History Museum Blake and I have really had a whirlwind summer of traveling! We were just in New York the first week of this month, staying with our lovely friends the Prestons. We had the best time visiting galleries, exploring museums, […]

Stuffed Camel: The Turducken of the Middle East! And Other Reasons Why I’m Moving Overseas

Posted by on Jul 15, 2013 in art, teaching, travel | 10 Comments

So, I never thought I’d be saying this, but I’m moving to the Middle East in a month! I never even thought I would live in Northern Ohio, much less halfway across the world. But I’m excited! I’ve just accepted a full time teaching position at the University of Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates. I’ll […]

Travel Journal: Colorado & Iowa

Posted by on Jul 3, 2013 in travel, Uncategorized | 3 Comments

We just returned from a whirlwind month of travel to Chicago, Detroit, Colorado and Iowa! But don’t worry, we’re taking off again in a couple of weeks for Georgia, Florida… and maybe New York! We’ll see about that last one… Chicago and Detroit were for just for fun and arts research with Mom&Sue (we got […]

Weekend Travel Journal: From Ohio to Detroit

Posted by on Apr 22, 2013 in art, travel | 5 Comments

I finally gave in and decided not to force myself to carry around the beautiful, but gigantic pretentious sketchbook I’ve been working in as of late. I’m still drawing in it at home, but it’s too much to lug around all the time. I have, instead, opted for a small folio Blake constructed in the […]

The Little Civic That Could

Posted by on Apr 15, 2013 in art, life, travel | No Comments

Eek! Just spent $500 in repairs on the old civic, but I think it was money well spent. The nice men at the garage did a bunch of the work for free since I was already going in deep on repairs on such an old vehicle and getting 4 new tires. I think I’ll follow […]

More about Bowling Green, and a white-knuckle roadtrip

Posted by on Dec 31, 2012 in life, teaching, travel | No Comments

So, folks: as promised here’s the skinny on the new gig and our odyssey over the week. I’ve been in the interview process for the last few weeks. Because the job begins in January, interviews had to be conducted via Skype, without the usual on-site second interview. As a result, I still haven’t been up […]

MAPC: No “Lotering” in Cape Girardeau

Posted by on Nov 4, 2012 in art, travel | No Comments

We had a great time at our first Mid America Print Council Conference! We spent the last three days in Cape Girardeau, Missouri and had so much fun seeing exhibitions, visiting with old friends, attending panel discussions, ogling new woodcut tools and t-shirts and “lotering” about town with our roomie, Andy. The “Trail of Tears” […]

The Honeymoon is Over: An Exhibition of Works by Blake & Hannah Sanders

Posted by on Jul 1, 2012 in art, life, travel | 8 Comments

Yesterday, Blake and I installed a collaborative exhibition at the Nuance Gallery in Beresford, South Dakota called The Honeymoon is Over. We will have a reception for the show on Wednesday, July 11th from 7pm to 9pm. This reception takes place during the second session of Frogman’s Print and Paper Workshop, so I hope all […]