Oatmeal, anyone? An Evening with Ottmar Liebert

When my daughter was small, she would refer to Flamenco guitarist, Ottmar Liebert as “Oatmeal”.  “Listening to Oatmeal again, Mom?”  she would ask. © Stacy Alexander – 2015 Last night, we were treated to two hours of this graceful guitarist’s skilled execution of some of the most incredible music I have ever heard.  Liebert wasContinue reading “Oatmeal, anyone? An Evening with Ottmar Liebert”

It’s Not Too Late to Bid on Art to Help Doctors Without Borders!

You still have a few days to place your bid on my mosaic art to benefit Doctors Without Borders Auction.  Bidding is still under $100 for a piece that would normally retail for more than $300.   However, if  my piece, “Four René”  is not your cup of tea, there are 140 other international mosaic artistsContinue reading “It’s Not Too Late to Bid on Art to Help Doctors Without Borders!”

Counting the Countless – A Good Day in Texas

Magdalena Abakanowicz is one of my favorite artists.  She makes art about the “countless”… those countless people and animals that are so easily grouped together in life…..the homeless, the Holocaust Jews and Gypsies, the poor, the unemployed, minority women, stray dogs, bees….living creatures in groups that lose their individuality because they amass in such hugeContinue reading “Counting the Countless – A Good Day in Texas”

Seattle Here We Come!

Late this afternoon, I completed my final assignments for Personality Theory class and now have a 4 day break before the new term begins. Man!  That class was difficult!  I’ve never written so much in my life, but I’m happy to say that I have a 4 point and my professor just recommended I publishContinue reading “Seattle Here We Come!”