Of Course I Wrote a Dan Book

When the Safer at Home orders came down, some people asked me, “Are you going to write another book during all of this free time?” And I was really annoyed, because I didn’t have any more free time! I have a child, and it was spring, and I had to make lunch a lot. But… Read more »

  • Mount Horeb Art Fair July 27-28

    The Mount Horeb Art Fair is coming up! I just submitted my silent auction item, this handsome man face made of wool from my own sheep! I’m not sure where my booth is yet this year, but I will be there, somewhere. July 27-28 in beautiful downtown Mount Horeb, Wisconsin.

  • emus having a roller skating competition in a Victorian Bathroom

    Emus having a roller skating competition in a Victorian bathroom

    In the dimly lit bathroom of an old, decrepit mansion, twenty-five emus gathered for an unusual competition. The air was heavy with anticipation as they strapped on their roller skates, their claws clicking against the tiled floor. Emu number 11, a nervous creature, felt a shiver run down its feathers. The race began, and the… Read more »

  • Ravens having a dance party in a ballroom with intricate wallpaper.2 copy

    Ravens having a dance party in a ballroom with intricate wallpaper (SOLD)

    In the quaint village of Featherington, renowned for its avian inhabitants, a peculiar event transpired one moonlit night. The grand ballroom, typically reserved for elegant soirees, found itself graced by a most unusual spectacle: a congregation of ravens engaged in a dance of feathers and grace. These ravens, adorned with midnight plumage, waltzed and twirled… Read more »

  • Victorian-era royalty riding bikes through a field of flowers.2

    Victorian-era royalty riding bikes through a field of flowers.

    Following the plan, this is the painting for week two. This is a large acrylic painting, gallery wrapped canvas, 36″ x 24″. As always, if you are interested in it, shoot me a line at admin@steelguitarforum.com. These aren’t any particular royals, just imaginary. Queen Victoria did ride a giant tricycle contraption, but I didn’t want… Read more »

  • White rabbit-human hybrid tea party in a forest

    White rabbit-human hybrid tea party in a forest (SOLD)

    Following The Plan, this is week one of 2024, White rabbit-human hybrid tea party in a forest. So much fun to paint! The painting is acrylic on canvas, 10inches by 20 inches. It’s already sold, because someone contacted me when they saw the list, and said they wanted the Week 1 painting. You, too, can… Read more »

  • The Plan

    Paint 2024 I asked AI to make 52 painting art prompts for me, based on what I enjoy painting. One painting per week for 2024! This is what it came up with. Here are 52 painting art prompts for each week of the year based on your interests: If you are still reading, you might… Read more »

  • “My Ride Is Here” Acrylic Painting

    16″ x 20″ acrylic painting. For inquiries, please email admin@steelguitarforum.com, subject line “My Ride Is Here Acrylic Painting.”

  • Sunflowers in the Rain, Acrylic Painting

    24″ x 24″ acrylic painting. Please direct inquiries to admin@steelguitarforum.com, subject line, “Sunflowers in the Rain Painting”

  • Tribute to Bobby Lee

    My dad, Bobby Lee, died about a month ago of cancer. He was, in addition to being a great dad, a mildly famous steel guitar player (in the European Hall of Fame). He is most known for his web site that all steel guitar players belong to, the Steel Guitar Forum. Started in 1997, it… Read more »

  • “Skog Folk” Art Show at the Mount Horeb Driftless Historium September 9 – October 11, 2022

    Mount Horeb’s downtown Driftless Historium hosts “Skog Folk (Forest People)” by rural Mount Horeb artist Shoshanah Lee Marohn. This exhibit, officially debuting Friday, September 9, 2022, features a brooding series of acrylic paintings depicting ancient, dark forests and retreating figures. “I don’t know where the people are going because I don’t know where I’m going.”… Read more »