Gail Ingis Artist Blog Feed

  • Recent Ride to Raleigh
    I 95 South–day before Thanksgiving (no one was hurt) Claus and Franklin family at the Thanksgiving table. The day before Thanksgiving, on our ride to Raleigh, this wasn’t the only incident causing a mega traffic mess. There were other accidents, and thousands of cars and trucks going south. We were in the middle, our muddle, should have left before sunup. Our kids, coming from Atlanta ... read more
    Source: Gail Ingis BlogPublished on 2018-11-29By gailingis
  • Writers & Painters Unite!
    Delivered! The letters of artist Robert Genn have been coming to my email inbox for about twenty years. When Robert passed, his daughter Sara took over, and is doing fabulously. She often posts his letters as well as hers. Below is one of the Genn letters. They are always informative, challenging and progressive. There’s an analogy between writing and painting. I say that ... read more
    Source: Gail Ingis BlogPublished on 2018-11-08By gailingis
  • Flowers, Books, and NANOWRIMO
    Flowers for that added love and color from Tom November is an exciting month for writers and authors. NANOWRIMO. Every November – newbie writers and multi-published authors from all over the world make a commitment to write a 50,000-word novel. The GOAL is to write 50k words for the month. Essentially a first draft. Some might go on to write more words but the goal is ... read more
    Source: Gail Ingis BlogPublished on 2018-11-01By gailingis
  • ‘Tis the Season For Hot Toddies
    Image from Wikipedia It slides down my throat with the greatest of ease. Ha! Who said that? That’s a fallacy. Mom made me drink it whenever I got sick. Yuk. Her recipe was unique, hot water, tea, honey, whiskey, and milk. It was the worst. I got better fast. I had no choice. If I didn’t get better fast, I had to drink another and ... read more
    Source: Gail Ingis BlogPublished on 2018-10-25By gailingis
  • Beating Heart of the City
    New York City Hall, a beauty in classicism with its touch of Palladio! I studied interior design and architecture many moons ago, but my passion has not wained. New York City Hall is featured prominently in my upcoming book The Unforgettable Miss Baldwin. The cornerstone of City Hall was laid in 1803. Construction was delayed after the City Council objected that the design was ... read more
    Source: Gail Ingis BlogPublished on 2018-10-18By gailingis
  • Fast and Furious Flash Floods
    The emergency notice came loud and clear on my cell phone, Flash Flood WARNING. I didn’t have too far to go from the building where I had been at a meeting. My car was innocently waiting for me under the torrents of rain, so I held my so-called raincoat tight, pulled the hood over my head, mocking myself for leaving my umbrella behind, and raced ... read more
    Source: Gail Ingis BlogPublished on 2018-10-11By gailingis
  • Flash Floods
    The emergency notice came loud and clear on my cell phone, Flash Flood warning. I didn’t have too far to go from the building where I had been at a meeting. My car was innocently waiting for me under the torrents of rain, so I held my so-called raincoat tight, pulled the hood over my head, mocking myself for leaving my umbrella behind, and raced ... read more
    Source: Gail Ingis BlogPublished on 2018-10-04By gailingis

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