18 2 / 2012

rileyart:

This one is from sophomore year of college, and used in my first solo show. At the time a friend suggested I use this image on my business card. I am glad I didn’t listen. 

my sister as circus vixen. 

rileyart:

This one is from sophomore year of college, and used in my first solo show. At the time a friend suggested I use this image on my business card. I am glad I didn’t listen. 

my sister as circus vixen. 

02 2 / 2012

rileyart:

My sister’s Christmas gift to me this year was a family cookbook with some of the best recipes the Arthur/Daschbach’s have to offer. My Mom’s German pancake, is a household favorite. I’m not sure if this recipe originated from a cookbook long ago or is a family recipe past down from our German immigrate ancestors. This was my first shot at it, and it turned out beautifully, pillowy air pockets and all. Not bad for a Thursday breakfast!

rileyart:

My sister’s Christmas gift to me this year was a family cookbook with some of the best recipes the Arthur/Daschbach’s have to offer. My Mom’s German pancake, is a household favorite. I’m not sure if this recipe originated from a cookbook long ago or is a family recipe past down from our German immigrate ancestors. This was my first shot at it, and it turned out beautifully, pillowy air pockets and all. Not bad for a Thursday breakfast!

23 1 / 2012

rileyart:

I think this might be only the second snowman I have ever help build. You can tell by the look on my face that I am excited.
bigapoc:

His name is Jerry. Jerry the snowman.  (Taken with instagram)


My sister, ladies and gentlemen.
The first was probably the saddest one-foot snowman ever built, which we made out of the inch of snow that had fallen on Wheeling. It was the first white Christmas we’d ever had, so we had to make a snowman! 

rileyart:

I think this might be only the second snowman I have ever help build. You can tell by the look on my face that I am excited.

bigapoc:

His name is Jerry. Jerry the snowman. (Taken with instagram)

My sister, ladies and gentlemen.

The first was probably the saddest one-foot snowman ever built, which we made out of the inch of snow that had fallen on Wheeling. It was the first white Christmas we’d ever had, so we had to make a snowman!