Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Goodreads giveaway of my new book

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    Goodreads Book Giveaway
 

   

        Is This How It Will Be? by Katharine Smith-Warren
   

   

     


          Is This How It Will Be?
     
     


          by Katharine Smith-Warren
     

     

         
            Giveaway ends November 27, 2017.
         
         
            See the giveaway details
            at Goodreads.
         
     
   
   



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Thursday, September 28, 2017

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

My terrific designer

I'd like to give a big shout out to Connie Robertson of http://communicatewhatmatters.com
 who did the design for my new book, Is This How it Will be?

Connie is not only superbly talented but a smart and wonderful collaborator. She has the rare ability to listen to your ideas with respect and empathy and help make them visually stunning.

She didn't want a credit in the book so here it is... Thank you Connie...

Thursday, September 14, 2017

My book is out!

It is wonderful to have it out and now to wait to see how readers respond. It's personal and there were times I wondered if I wanted to make it public but now I'm glad I did. So happy that our local bookstore http://tatteredcover.com  is carrying it in 3 stores in Denver.  It is also on Amazon.com  for those who aren't in Denver.

Friday, July 21, 2017

new book

Life has intervened since my last post. However my new book should be out in late August. Stay tuned for more information.

Thursday, April 3, 2014

Night Sky Series

I have been working on this series in 2014 and they are hard to photograph, however this is pretty close. I have painted a series of 6 small painting on wood panels, each 12" x12". I then completed a larger painting on canvas- soon to post and now am working on an even larger canvas. It seemed a logical progression from the sky series and reflects my interest in deep space. I love the images from the Hubble telescope but my paintings are my own memories of night skies. Have you been watching Cosmos?