Sheila Dunn’s Authenticity on Life and Art

"Nude in white" by Sheila Dunn by Lynn S. Schwebach If I could pick my neighbors, I would choose to live next door to Sheila Dunn. I want to be able to knock on her door at anytime to get a glimpse of her next creation. Maybe she would invite me in, from time to time, and I could ask her …

Strange, Creative Trees and Frito Toes in Minneapolis

Officially, it’s summer – just in case you haven’t noticed. After two weeks of a fantastic pastel painting class with Laurie Beth Zuckerman in Fort Collins,  I packed my car and headed to the Midwest. My first stop was Minneapolis. Creative gardens and garage doors, skyscrapers, thrift stores, strange  trees, and friendly residents gave my …

“V” Lives his Life Without Creative Limits

h by Lynn S. Schwebach Laughing so hard that he found it difficult to talk, Nguyen Vu Tung described Christmas eve in Hanoi as a throng of young, thin Vietnamese men dressed as Santa Claus, driving on motorbikes, sometimes two Santas per bike, a large sack of toys thrown across one Santa’s back. Year round, …