Monthly Archives: January 2012

Dust to Dust

Of all art media, ceramics seems the most organic. Beginning with something as humble as dirt, the artist grapples with gravity, centripital force and atmospheric issues, finally birthing a piece by firing to temperatures that mimic molten lava. Ceramicists, troubled … Continue reading

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New Paradigm

I believe art should be a core competency for any student pursuing higher education. I’d like to see us promote the idea that studying art sharpens a student’s processes of observation, builds problem-solving skills and self-reliance, and opens up entirely … Continue reading

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Time/Space Mystery

I love light. Light is magical and mystical. It can awaken a healing energy within me or create a confusing sense of deja vu. In the winter I enjoy being outdoors at night in my garden just to appreciate the … Continue reading

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