At the time, collaborating with an older artist was important for me, while she also appreciated and benefitted from my perspective.We had a lot of fun as we worked on our research and writing, and her energy and committed work ethic was contagious.
At the time, collaborating with an older artist was important for me, while she also appreciated and benefitted from my perspective.
You also have to use everything to its maximum potential.
For example, I never throw away a chicken or turkey carcass after the majority of the meat has been consumed.
It was a wonderful moment for both of us, personally and professionally.
I am happy that I could participate in conceptualizing and developing ideas that would remain valuable to Mimi and to myself.
With soup, I sometimes drain the liquid, add cubed potatoes and some cheese and make a casserole.
I have several pressure canners and now I have a pressure cooker, a very good investment for the frugally minded.Remember your essay must have a reader and a purpose in mind.In planning this essay, you must answer these questions: Use these answers in writing your essay.For a non-food related example, my husband built a greenhouse out of an old trampoline frame and some steel T-posts.He covered the thing with chicken wire and then clear plastic.No matter how bad your circumstances are financially, you will feel better if you do the best with what you have. I am learning that being thrifty is something I can't take for granted that I am.I must continually keep it in mind and look seriously at the things that I do every day without thinking.We sat around in a circle and each of us was asked to speak about what she was interested in.When it came time for me to speak, I said nervously with my little, low voice, “I’m interested in why so many women made collages.” At the end of the meeting Miriam Schapiro came up to me and said, “I want to work with you on that.” I thought, “Oh my God she is going to swallow me up — this strong, forceful woman!Its co-author, Melissa Meyer, recalls their collaboration.In 1977 Nina Yankowitz suggested I attend a meeting at Joyce Kozloff’s loft for a preliminary discussion about the fourth issue of the Heresies Collective entitled Heresies: Women’s Traditional Arts: The Politics of Aesthetics.