LITTLE BEAR HILL
I didn’t know what the term “monocrop” meant until I was in my 20’s. Growing up in an agricultural community meant that my dad grew wine grapes then cherries, my neighbors grew cherries, one family down the road grew christmas trees, my aunt and uncle had a wheat ranch, I knew some folks with beef […]
Spring is in the air and we’re getting more and more excited with every passing day. We can’t wait to get out to the farm and breath the fresh western air.
Supporting an up and coming business can elicit a feeling of doing the right thing– sometimes, when that small business is really awesome, donations result in IMMEDIATE GRATIFICATION!!!! The direct result of $2,000 on https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/little-bear-hill was this video….
I’m sitting here at SGCI 2015 having received amazing support, feedback, and encouragement for LBH. I can’t wait to bring this studio to everyone as it seems the world is ready. All of those moments spent on my phone this conference paid off. While I was talking on the ground Beth was back home editing […]
Trucker Hat Hot Sauce is one of my first small batch, organically grown products. More to come at SGC 2015.
I’m thinking 2-3 exhibitions a year since Guthrie was born isn’t bad, so I’m hear to stay Art World and our child hasn’t been a nail in this creative coffin 😉 The white walls and clean installations may take a back seat as Little Bear Hill emerges into our next big Art (with a capital […]
Today we picked up an amazing contribution to Little Bear Hill’s studio. Gilbert Plantinga a local Hudson Valley artist and musician who I worked with for many years called me out of the blue and asked: “Do you want my printer?” Gilbert has been one of those anchors of support for me over this […]
Hey Everyone! We want to wish you all a Happy New Year. 2014 was a really big year for us, it was the year we decided to move forward with our project. It was the year we learned our first lessons about how to work as a couple at forming a business, and how best […]
What happens when you wake up one day and realize that for the last seven years you’ve been working on a slow spiral to nowhere? Well you get up, put on your big girl pants, and go to work. That early morning realization doesn’t go away though, it stays. You roll it around on […]
One of the hardest things to do so far with the development of Little Bear Hill has been actually telling people. Not so much the telling of acquaintances and colleagues within the art world, but our friends and family. We seem to have this overwhelming dread that the people that mean the most to us […]