When I was a young girl, I dreamed of growing up to be a surgeon- a brain surgeon.  I had observed people enough to know that the way individuals perceive events, interpret social interactions, and reason solutions to problems varies widely, and some even seem to be functioning


Almost every day I walk through my neighborhood to a bridge over Barton Creek from which I can look down and scrutinize the animals and plants below.  I count the turtles, watch fish, and admire the water fowl.  I feel satisfied when I see a snapping turtle beneath the surface

The Story of Nola Watters

This is the first panel of a triptych entitled “The Story of Nola Watters”.  Each panel measures 12″ x 12″.  Carnivale (Mardi Gras) is the season of wild abandon that precedes the introspective season of Lent.  It has a long history in Europe, and like a

Sound into Sight

The Song of the Scissor-tailed Flycatcher 11 1/2″ x 30 1/4″.  Copyright 2009 by Lynn Bridge Many artists can’t resist trying to make visual the gatherings of other senses, and I’m certainly one of those artists.  I listened to a recording of this native


Today I present you with a piece of frivolity- a tray made as randomly as I could manage with glass blobs, which turned out to be quite regular in form, if not color.  Having four colors of glass blobs to start with, I held my tray at a slight tilt while placing blobs from my