On Sunday, December 3, I had a table at the annual NoCA Fine Arts and Crafts Sale in North Cambridge, where I showed my own smaller watercolors and collages. In addition, I displayed for sale for the first time a dozen different silk screen prints designed and made by my mother, Josephine C. Brett (1908-2000). She was trained as an artist in London, where she was born and raised, and taught for many years. While I was growing up, she made large oil and acrylic paintings. In her 70s, after retiring back to London with my father, she took up silkscreen printing and made a series of lively, colorful prints, which you can now see in her own special gallery on this website.