Sometimes there are so many loose ends that it is hard to know where to begin.
This summer has been a season of intense family highs and lows and as a result my art work has taken a backseat. Here it is October, with many loose ends left from projects, news to »
To create art with others – in community – requires interaction with others. It is in this space that the real community ART is made.
This spring I am continuing my transition from teaching in schools to focusing on my own art. Soon I will remove the artist in residence/teaching portion »
Last week I was artist in residence at Jacob Hiatt Magnet School in Worcester, MA. I worked with 150 1st and 3rd graders to create a Community Mandala Weaving. This school community is rich with diversity and enthusiasm from principal Datta all the way down to the pre-K students, »
Today I shipped all the towels and journals for the Linen Team for my latest community art project “Well Used, Well Loved”. Letting go is often the hardest part of creating and guiding a community project – but it is part of the process and what makes this journey »
Well Used, Well Loved
A community art project that explores age and beauty
Will you consider joining me in this reflection on age and beauty?
I am seeking 8 individuals or households to “adopt” a hand-woven linen towel to use for six months. You will be asked to record periodic reflections and »