Art is a Mirror

Meteyard, Lady of Shalott

When I was fifteen years old, my father taught me how to drive. I was eager, yet scared, and Dad wanted to give me ample opportunity to practice, so we drove together often. He’d pick a destination and I would drive while he critiqued and instructed me. Luckily, he is both an extremely patient man and … Read more

Dear 2014,

Well, hello there 2014! We’ve barely begun to get acquainted. I don’t have a feel for you yet. You still hold that thrilling newness and I can not peek inside of you. But I know that right now, you are magical. At this moment you are twelve months of possibility. And I long to dwell … Read more

Thank you lovely ladies!

The birth of the Pre-Raphaelite Sisterhood T Shirt has been exciting and now they are making their way to new homes!  Thank you to these lovely friends who have been kind enough to post pictures of themselves, resplendent in their Pre-Raphaelite threads: Raine Szramski Valerie Meachum Verity Holloway Michaela McAndrew Artist Betina Fink wears her … Read more

I could not ask for better models

I am grateful for the positive response to the Pre-Raphaelite Sisterhood T Shirts.  And I have to admit, I was a bit nervous when I first added them to the site but immediately received such lovely comments and emails and I thank you for that.  I have to be honest, if you purchase a shirt … Read more

I am Wonder Woman

My husband is in the hospital again.  Still dealing with the repercussions from his accident last May.  It’s more serious this time.  An infection has spread to the bone.  Let me use the technical term, just so I can feel the weight of it:  Osteomyelitis. It’s serious and scary, but we are remaining hopeful and … Read more

But in her web she still delights

I’m lucky enough to have regular readers here at Pre-raphaelite Sisterhood and several lovely followers on the accompanying Facebook page. The Facebook page has been convenient for me, especially since my daily schedule has been different over the summer and I haven’t posted as much here as I would have liked. Plus, the facebook page … Read more