June 28-July 10, 2018 – Studio Vacation

Row of Palms

The studio will be closed for a bit of rest and relaxation from June 28 to July 10 – orders can certainly be placed online during this time, but will not be mailed out until we reopen again on July 11th. Thanks so much for your understanding, and we look forward to sharing some images of our travels when we return!

June 16, 2018 Makers Market – Lancaster, PA

Creatively Lancaster Makers Market

Creatively Lancaster Summer Makers Markets

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  • Clipper Magazine Stadium, Lancaster PA (map) 

Get ready to shop, eat, drink and play at the Creatively Lancaster Summer Makers Markets at the Lancaster Barnstormers stadium. We’ll be there with our art blocks, keychains and ornaments, prints, and a few new fun surprises that you can only find at our in-person retail events like this!

Shop from 75+ vendors at this curated pop-up market of talented makers offering their original creations, unique wares, and beautiful designs. Enjoy your favorite summertime foods and local brews, listen to talented local musicians, and let the kiddos play on the playground while your relax and shop.

This event is covered, so will be held rain or shine!

July 14, 2018 Makers Market – Lancaster, PA

Creatively Lancaster Makers Market

Creatively Lancaster Summer Makers Markets

  •  – 
  • Clipper Magazine Stadium, Lancaster PA (map) 

Get ready to shop, eat, drink and play at the Creatively Lancaster Summer Makers Markets at the Lancaster Barnstormers stadium. We’ll be there with our art blockskeychains and ornamentsprints, and a few new fun surprises (such as photo holders, cards, and bookmarks) that you can only find at our in-person retail events like this!

Shop from 75+ vendors at this curated pop-up market of talented makers offering their original creations, unique wares, and beautiful designs. Enjoy your favorite summertime foods and local brews, listen to talented local musicians, and let the kiddos play on the playground while your relax and shop.

This event is covered, so will be held rain or shine!

MamaCITA Artwork Installed at Einstein

On Friday, May 11 2018, I was so honored to have two pieces of my work unveiled in the Ann Newman Maternity Center Lifter Building lobby and waiting room at Einstein Hospital. My images, “Yellow Fields” and “Pink Dogwood” hang alongside the lovely work of fellow MamaCITA artists Julia Rix and Meg Grugan. Because of the generosity of the hospital and of donors Maddy and Harvey Rovinsky, the Lifter building is now a warm, bright, and welcoming space for the women and families that choose Einstein.

MamaCITA Dedication

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Story Behind the Picture: Double Decker

Double Decker

This image of a double decker bus was the last thing I intended to capture, and yet it turned out to be the perfect thing in the end. My lovely friend from high school was looking for three pieces for her office that related to her work as a transportation engineer. We had the teal bicycle and the red fiat, so now we needed one more piece to bring them all together. But…where would I find something that worked beautifully in a row with these other two images? I had captured plenty of trains with my camera over the years, but nothing looked right…until I stumbled over this gem in my archives.

It was a glorious sunny April morning in London. My youngest son and I were on a walking adventure along the south bank of the Thames, and this gorgeous bridge color caught my eye. I made sure he was standing far back from the road, but I wasn’t so careful myself and as I tried to photograph the beautiful lantern, a brilliant red double decker bus came zipping along uncomfortably close to my toes (it was then that I realized I’d strayed out into the road). My child was thrilled that I’d caught the bus in my lens. I was thrilled I hadn’t been any further across the street. Until revisiting this image, I’d never appreciated the play of teal and red and gold that appears all throughout, nor did I see that the beautiful Tower Bridge is visible just beyond the lamppost. When I see this photograph, I can still feel the warmth of the morning sun and remember the delightful knowledge that the whole beautiful day still stretched out ahead of us.

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