During the lockdown of the pandemic, like many people, I spent more than my usual amount of time at home. To entertain myself, I stopped making my bed daily for about a week. I made sketches of the bedding arrangements as the week progressed. Then I made the painting.
Tag: Posts about Art
Personal Space and Boundaries: Is There An Archetypical Nurse?
Earlier this summer, something weird happened to me twice, on the same evening at the same event.
The Art of Nursing and Non Attachment
Last night was First Thursday in Portland, and David and I made the rounds in the Old Town Neighborhood … More
Art Making and Nursing Competence
The other day at work, my colleague, who was charge nurse, hung up the phone, smiling. She had negotiated a … More
J.Paradisi Interviews Anna S. King for pdxArtscene
Pulling a Rabbit Out of a Hat: A Conversation with Anna S. King is posted on pdxArtscene. Follow this link … More
A Very Good Week
It’s Sunday, the end of a very busy week for me. On Tuesday, I presented The Acorn Contains the Tree … More
It’s Toooooo Hot (!), but the Art Goes On
It’s 105°F in the shade on my balcony as I write this. OMG, if you live in Oregon, you … More
Artists at The Manor of Art: The Energy Collects, Like Thunder Clouds
David and I were out at Milepost 5 yesterday, preparing room 360 in the old Baptist Retirement Manor for my … More
The Manor of Art: Julianna Paradisi in Room 360
My summer hiatus after installing two gallery exhibitions last month proved to be short-lived. I am now planning a new installation … More
The Care and Feeding of an Art Exhibition
I just got back from PNCA, where my art exhibit/installation The Acorn Contains the Tree is available for public … More