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Snowpocalypse Round up

We’re buried in snow. BURIED. With our sixth foot of snow in 19 days (and, dear God, more coming tomorrow), we’re not exactly sure where to put all that powder. We’re starting to get antsy, even though there’s plenty of time for outdoor snowy fun because the kids hardly. Ever. Have school anymore, for all […]

Squam.

Squam.

If you’ve been to Squam Art Workshops, you don’t need me to tell you. If you’ve seen the 6 years worth of blog posts, instagram pics, Facebook updates, and twitter quips from other attendees, then you probably have a good idea. Everything you think about Squam is true: Simple, rustic cabins. An overall scent of […]

Counting Down

Counting Down

We’re looking forward to so much in the coming days and months. Our household has several calendars, denoting a slew of things to be excited for. We’re counting down to: The last day of school: 10 days Last day of soccer: 1 day (unless the Tall Girl’s team goes to the State Championship, in which […]

On March. (and marching on)

This. month. This month is…challenging. Here in New England, March is the month of unmet weather expectations, dirty snow, gray days, and mud. In a funny blurb I saw yesterday, someone is quoted as saying, “To me, the months between November and April are set aside for shivering and depression, with occasional squalls of rage.” […]

Mid-Winter Mind Wanderings

I’ve been settled into the new studio for a few weeks now and oh, the natural light. Even in this cloudy, freezing weather, the presence of light has an uplifting affect. The reality of the transition to working out of the home was presented to me loud and clear when, in the first full week […]

Big News, Part Two

Big News, Part Two

Big news abounds over here. Last week I announced that I’ll be teaching at Squam Art Workshops this coming fall. Today, I’m happy to announce that the AG Ambroult studio has moved! I’ve left my super-convenient home studio behind for a gorgeous light-filled space just a few miles down the road. This is something I’ve […]

Big News, Part One

Big News, Part One

Big news! Not breaking news, but still…huge. No, this is not the newest, most up-to-the-minute update, as the official word was released in early December, but this is the first time I am shouting it out to the world. And I mean shouting. In fact, I’m bursting, so here it is: I’m teaching at Squam […]

Gift Guide

Gift Guide

I put together a little gift guide this year. I could have gone on and on, deciding which pieces are perfect for which woman, but I stopped at six. In reality, all of my pieces are for every type of woman. I have been taught that time and again at my shows when the unlikeliest […]

A Soggy Finish

A Soggy Finish

Yesterday, I did my last outdoor show of the 2013 season, and boy was it a send off. What was forecasted as “showers in the morning, turning to a cloudy Autumn day” should have sounded more like “downpours for the entirety of the show hours.” C’est la vie. I do a good amount of shows, […]

Telling the Stories

Telling the Stories

We all have that one piece that we will always treasure. It’s a ring, or a brooch, or some other bauble that was gifted to us, one that we inherited, or a souvenir from a special place. We keep it tucked away safe in our jewelry boxes, and pull it out when we feel sentimental […]

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