“First Snow” I’m dreaming and I see a hand striking a heavy wooden door repeatedly. I hear the knocking VERY LOUDLY. I match the knocking with a loud shout out in my sleep, “COME IN!” and this wakes me up. I am no longer asleep. Now I am having a conscious dream in waking life. […]
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If Scott were alive he would have had me write an essay…
This morning in Maine the skies broke loose with heavy rains that rivaled any monsoon we experienced in India. You know the kind of rain that sounds like a freight train roaring by? More than an hour of that before it eased up to a lighter rainfall. Then another train roared….
Fresh from the Art By Katy studio this week:
I am still your rock….
full circle (c) katy allgeyer 2013 Summers in Maine mean setting up my tent at the Stonington Farmers Market every Friday morning to showcase my paintings and send people back to my gallery. Scott usually joins me at the market to do our food shopping, hobnob with the regulars, and offer marketing tips to help […]
Summertime for us means kayaking in Maine and enjoying nature. Scott and I both love trees. We’ve seen some magnificent ones on our travels, too. This one is an apple tree from our orchard in Maine, one of 9 apple trees on the property all as old as Scott and my ages added together. That’s […]
If you find yourself in mid-coast Downeast Maine this month, be sure to check out the exhibition of Art by Katy at the Millbrook Company Bakery & Restaurant in Sedgwick, Maine. My friend Jill is the owner and baker and my friend /gallery owner Susan Hutton of Hutton Gallery put this premiere exhibition of my work together for the new venue’s opening this past week. Jill is known for the finest sticky buns this side of San Francisco. We both are vendors at the Stonington Farmers Market and we used to be parked across …
The Honeymooners 2007 (c) Katy Allgeyer Cardinals abound in North Carolina. Not the kind that are currently convening in Rome to pick the guy who gets the most text messages from God. Nope. The feathered kind. They are not that common in downtown Los Angeles, but I saw one land on the camelia bush outside […]
miss my pupkies… sdm Loolie and Hershey are sporting green and red bindhi dots here. Scott applied them with his watercolor paint. Only Scott would think of something like that! Can you understand what a powerful attraction this man is for me? Creativity oozes from his pores and inspires my own. This picture was taken […]
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