Creativity Talks: Vicki Teague-Cooper

Photo by Karen Kuehn

I met Vicki Teague-Cooper in the 1980s, and bought one of her encaustic paintings while photographing her in her Santa Fe studio. She has been making and showing her art for about 35 years.

Primarily a painter, her work has included oil paintings, encaustic paintings, drawings, watercolors installation art, and monoprints. Continue reading “Creativity Talks: Vicki Teague-Cooper”

Life in the Garden

“Gardening is how I relax. It’s another form of creating and playing with colors.” –Oscar de la Renta

I’m not a good gardener despite reading and trial and many errors. But I’ve always liked messing around in the dirt, being witness to one of the most remarkable miracles that still exist (thankfully): seeds sprouting into plants which we can then nurture to harvest. Continue reading “Life in the Garden”