The air is heavy and damp. Cold for June, they say, but I’ve felt colder. I haven’t written in a while. To many things to do and too little to say. I’m changing directions. Less big physical work. More Neil Young.[Read more…] about More Neil Young
Hello all, and Happy Spring! Today is the day the Sun Serpent returns to Chichen Itza, the Great Sphinx gazes into the sunrise, and the sun crowns Angkor Wat.
And, after a particularly cathartic break, today is the day I return to my studio.[Read more…] about The Sun Shines
A warm bath by candlelight
A hike through the woods on a crisp winter morning[Read more…] about How to Spell Self Care
I wrote about the Three Forms of Pressure the other day, and I want to talk more about wandering. It’s the most subtle of the pressures, and for me at least, the most difficult to overcome. (If you haven’t already read The Three Forms of Pressure: The Second Idea, start there and this will make more sense.)
So, yes. Wandering.[Read more…] about The Three Forms of Pressure: So, Yes. Wandering.
Emily Joyce is an enamelist, jewelry maker, and sculptor. As a former student and then teacher, she finds inspiration in the learning experience. Her nostalgia for childhood blurs the line between play and learning. In her work, this is a mixture of protractors and playgrounds, composition notebooks and a passed note in school.[Read more…] about Creative People: Emily Joyce
We’ve reached Year III of the pandemic, and some days it doesn’t feel like it’s getting any easier. Seasonal affective disorder is setting in. It’s cold outside. Or it’s not cold, but muddy instead. We’re all just one camel straw away from a meltdown. You need a survival guide.
Here’s mine.[Read more…] about Survival Guide to 2022 – January Edition