Is o.k. to be boring? What would it be like to answer at a party when asked by someone, “What do you do?” I’d probably say, “I’m an artist” and only talk about 1% of my day. But it’s my favorite 1%.
About Gina MurrowGina is the founder and artist-in-chief at Paint a Scarf. She and her husband David invented the upright multi-position silk painting rack. The Murrows have three children and four grandkids. They live in Chugiak, Alaska
Why, oh why, is it so hard for us to give ourselves permission to paint?
As Debbie painted the look of worry melted into a smile of pure joy. Her face was radiant when she saw her finished masterpiece.
The wind is whipping leaves off the trees today, making fall live up to its name. I’m ready to button up the
It's official—Paint A Scarf has tagged silk scarves now. And what beautiful tags they are. Tacked on with two tiny stitches, this
I like to tell time by plants. The fireweed is finished flowering. That means the end of summer. It’s turning into cotton,
A promise to myself for 2015 was to improve my art. I need to practice. But like most people, time is my
While Alaska Art Experience is open by appointment on weekends during the winter, this season is still the best chance for me
When Brandon called us to book some painting time, I guessed he was a young man in his 20s. “I’d like to reserve