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Studio Foxhoven

The Writings of Terri Reinhart ... and much more!

My Journey with Parkinson's Disease and Dopamine Responsive Dystonia

By the time we're in our 50's, everyone has some health challenge. Mine isn't harder than anyone else's, it just has a recognizable name. I like to find something beautiful in everything.. or something funny. If I make you laugh, I'm happy.

Scribbles, Snippets, and Other Doggerel

Family photos, poems, old letters - bits and bobs of things I find after they waft down from the family tree.

                         

                         

Terri's Art

What can I say? I haven't done any art for at least two years, so this is a record of past projects. I'll leave the real art work to my kids.

             

             

The Art of Patrick Reinhart

AKA Uncle Patchy, Patchy Hero, Segrid, and Sebastian Patch. He does everything: illustrating books, graphic design, and now, designing a billboard. He's also designed a few tattoos. And he has an awesome mustache. Who knows what he'll do next! Stay tuned for the next adventure!

     

     

The Art and Poetry of Wild John Reinhart

How anyone can write great poetry and work on wonderfully creative, unique art when they have three young children and are teaching full time, I'll never know. Somehow, Wild John does it and does it very well.

 

 

                    

                    

Craftsy Stuff from Terri - patterns & such

A few patterns for fun things to make for children, nature tables, or, if you leave them lying around, the neighbor's cat.

  

  

Blog Index - My Filing Cabinet

I've inherited my Dad's lack of organizational skills. I can assure you, this index is much more organized than my office files.