“Forgiveness is the economy of the heart.…forgiveness saves the expense of anger, the cost of hatred, the waste of spirits.”
– Hannah More
Hunn Funeral Home – 8″ x 10″ Watercolor & Ink
It’s been quite a while since I posted anything on my blog. I seem
to be doing a lot of art for my licensing portfolio and that’s stuff you
just don’t show until it’s time. So many issues with copyright and so
I am taking a MATS Bootcamp class for the next few months and I have
decided to share some of that fun with you. Starting tomorrow, I’ll be
sharing a bunch of cuckoo clocks I came up with for the class. They are
mostly creative experiments and will never see the light of day, beyond
this blog. Some will be developed further. We’ll see. Until then….
Thanks for checking in.
About Hannah More
English writer and philanthropist Hannah More, one of the most
influential women of her time, is seen as a proto-feminist because she
argued for true education for women. She was born near Bristol on
February 2, 1745. When her long engagement to a local landowner ended
badly, he gave her a yearly stipend in apology, which allowed her the
freedom to move to London and write plays. She later shifted to
philanthropic work and writing popular religious tracts. She died on
September 7, 1833.