My mandalas are featured in the New York Times today! Wow! the email reads:
“I am an editor at The New York Times. Just wanted to let you know that we received over 1000 submissions and are using yours in Thursday Styles. Thank you so much for your submission.”  There are 47 wonderful pieces in all, and I am honored to be included with them.

Also excited to be attending a watercolor workshop in Dublin this morning, on Zoom of course. I love to travel, and I love to plan it almost as much as doing it. I have a friend who loves to travel and hates to plan, and let’s me do the research and make the decisions. Of course I consult with her along the way, though I get most of the control. For my two other friends who I’m planning trips with, not to worry, as you know I’m a recovering control freak, and am happy to share the joy (and work). At any rate, I signed up for the Bealtaine newsletter, focusing on aging and creativity from Ireland, and they offer all kinds of interesting events. Check them out.

Poppy, osoberries, calendula seed heads, delphiniums, roses

Marguerite daisies, borage flowers and buds, wild cucumber tendrils, forget-me-nots, vinca flowers, pansies and Japanese maple leaves

You can see the full blog post here.

This Post Has 3 Comments

  1. Janet Robbins

    How wonderful, congratulations, your fame and art are spreading! I love the one they featured❤️

  2. Lisa Brill

    Carol, Congratulations on being in featured in The NY Times! It’s impressive to be selected from 1,000 entries. I liked seeing all 47 artists and how people channeled their creativity. I forwarded it to a few crafter friends of mine. Take care💕.

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