As many of you know, I have recently relocated to the Ozark Mountains from my former home on the East Coast, just a few miles from Atlantic City, NJ. Less than a month ago, my first adult art students in Harrison, Arkansas, began studying color....

At least three years ago, I wrote, quoting Thomas Wolfe, who said: "You Can Never Go Home Again," and in many ways that is true. But this weekend, I did risk trying to go back home for my 50th High School Reunion, and I discovered...

Many years ago, I read that eventually everyone moves back to the general vicinity of where they grew up. I scoffed. I sneered. I raised my eyebrow and grinned a mean grin. You see, I was busy living my life. I had left “home” many...

As many of you know, I have recently moved from the Northern East Coast to my homeland in the South, and like any creature who has become dry, I cannot drink enough of the beauty of my forever home that lies around me once more. Highway...

I often say that my intuition is an integral part of my creative process, and I believe that memory is the well-spring of the intuition. For that reason, I am convinced that memory is every artist's greatest resource. For writers, the memory is certainly essential,...