Welcome to my chunk of virtual real estate for potential website clients to come to become more familiar with my work. I designed this site in 2006, and after too many years without an update, I find I'm still happy with it in 2012.

It is a little bit eccentric so it pleases me for that reason, but more important, it isn't overly fussy and gives me a chance to show some of the variety of current websites and blogs I've designed. Click here to take a look.

I also use the site for photos of some of my old art – stained glass and mixed media – and for photos of my dogs over the years. We only have two now, one red and one blue, both Australian Cattle Dogs. They are simply the most intelligent, athletic, engaging and demanding dogs – and beautiful, too.

Susan Phillips



  From the Skeptics Dictionary, "Pareidolia is a type of illusion or misperception involving a vague or obscure stimulus being perceived as something clear and distinct. For example, in the discolorations of a burnt tortilla one sees the face of Jesus Christ. Or one sees the image of Mother Teresa or Ronald Reagan in a cinnamon bun or a man in the moon."