I plan on growing old much later in life, or maybe not at all.”
Words to live by stated by Patty Carey, Rodeo Rider, in 1901.
While not growing up, I write books and mess with art, hang out with friends and my dog, Sudsie, and stay open to what might appear around the next tree or mountain top.
I’m pleased to say I have won awards for both my books and my art.
What’s New – in Words
I’m blessed to be in a fabulous writing critique group in Bellingham, one I’ve been with off and on since 1997. The members have changed, with the exception of poet Susan Erickson, but each member has helped me become a better writer. My current project is called The Stump Ranch Chronicles – a collection of essays about my childhood in the 1950s and early 1960s in Northern Idaho. I also look forward to illustrating the stories.
What’s New – in Art
Most days I find time to experiment with art, to use my acrylic mixed media method to show the energy, story, and color behind flora, fauna, and land forms I love. In addition to viewing my ART GALLERY from the menu above, please also visit my art page at Google + and www.artbyraeellenlee.blogspot.com.
Four of my paintings are now in the Spring Show at the beautiful Jansen Art Center in Lynden, Washington, just north of Bellingham, during the month of February 2016. This is one of the loveliest venues on the West Coast. The reception for this show is Thursday, April 7, starting at 6 p.m. and the show runs through May. Check it out.