Courtesy of Sue Paterson Sue Paterson’s new exhibit “Bursting into Life” reveals as much about where she grew up and has lived as it does about the risks that she’s taking herself. Raised in a small town on the South Island of New Zealand called Invercargill, Paterson was always artistic. “I had a very creative grandmother, who really taught me to see the detail in the world and in nature,” Paterson noted. “And of course I couldn’t help but being influenced by her. I was just
Growing up we feasted on sugarcoated food that would make nutritionists cringe from the time we woke up to the time we went to bed. Here’s a sample of our daily menu: Breakfast — A bowl of Cocoa Krispies, Cocoa Puffs or Lucky Charms Morning Recess Snack — Kit Kat or $100,000 Bar Lunch — Tuna or Bologna sandwich (Nancy)/Mustard Sandwich * (Amy) and a Yodel or Devil Dog * Yes, this simple culinary delight was made with French’s yellow mustard on a bulkie roll and was consumed f
Courtesy of Jonathan Brown Jonathan Brown didn’t know the word “mosaic” when he was a teenager backpacking through Central America. The Houston native had moved around a lot as a kid and after meeting a girl at the age of 17, started a trek that would last 13 months and take him all the way to the Mayan temples of Belize. He didn’t realize that he had stumbled upon inspiration that will lead to an illustrious career.
As Brown detailed in a recent one-on-one interview, “I w
Photo Courtesy of USA Network When we were kids, we would watch in wonderment when Rich Little would show up on The Mike Douglas Show or The Merv Griffin Show and do impressions of just about anyone from Richard Nixon to Johnny Carson. And when he had his own TV series called The Kopykats which featured him and his famous friends like Fred Travalena, Frank Gorshen and Charlie Callis doing impressions, we were glued to the set. So we were thrilled to hear that the art of the i