My paternal grandfather emigrated from Calabria, Italy, to Canada, and then to Buffalo, NY in the early 20th Century. At 28, he married my grandmother, who was all of 14… Continue reading →
I was among the 28,000—yes, you read that right—who signed up to take part in Project Sketchbook, a national creative effort sponsored by the Art House Co-op in Brooklyn. I… Continue reading →
I recently read an excerpt from The Pain Chronicles, a book by Melanie Thernstrom, a reporter who experienced chronic neck and arm pain, the treatment of which proved elusive. She… Continue reading →
When I was a child, my Mom and my aunt Josephine used to take me to our parish church to play Bingo. They both really got into the game, each… Continue reading →
My father worked as a laborer at the Bethlehem Steel Plant in Lackawanna, NY, for 30 years, It was a dirty, hard job. He worked in various parts of the… Continue reading →
By the time I usually travel to Penland, in late August, it is well past the time to see bales of hay in the meadow facing the dining hall. But… Continue reading →
Hi. I’m Chris Raymond, the proprietress of Girl Meets Art. This blog is my place to write about my art and the creative process, and to showcase my work. I appreciate your stopping by.
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