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Sunday, October 26, 2008


Carla Sonheim

I so enjoyed re-watching this video... as the sculpture was overtaken with water, I thought to myself that it was like a human being... it starts to fall apart with time but is still beautiful, just different.



Hugging you across the miles. BIG BIG Hugs and smiles from ear to ear. I feel the same about you.

karen cole

Great video. Yes, Andy Goldsworthy is incredibly inspiring. Rivers and Tides is a favorite of mine. I'd love to have him visit and do an installation in my backyard.

Hope you are well.

xxoo K


Ah. Thanks for the Andy fix. And thanks for the "Bee perspective." You always give me insights and new ways to think about things. It's almost as good as a face-to-face chat.



taking a deep breath here after reading your words....ah, i feel better. i have never thought of relationships being so much like nature, but just the thought makes so much sense to me right now.
i love that feeling a meeting someone and feeling so connected, like you have always known them, but have so much catching up to do...
thank you for sharing your thoughts from the studio. :-) ... i recieved YOUR portfolio this week... omg! so beautiful! xoxo


Oh wow... how absolutely amazing this video is. It's beauty is so quiet but so moving. I could not take my eyes off it! I am really going to love getting to know you. Thank you for your story and this video. How did you find it? Roxanne

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  • ARTFEST 2009 April 1-5
    I will be teaching on Friday and Saturday at ARTFEST 2009. Artfest is held annually at the beautiful Ft. Worden State Park on Bainbridge Island in Washington state. About 1.5 hours out of Seattle on the Olympic Pennisula, Artfest is a retreat/workshop experience that should definitely be experienced. Check it out.... www.teeshamoore.com
  • 1800 House Nantucket MA Summer 2009
    I will be teaching four workshops here....steeped in history the Nantucket Historical Society (NHA) has turned one of their beautiful historic houses (built in 1800...hence the name) into a warm and inviting environment for people to come and learn early american folk art skills. Their Creating History Program is in it's early years and just an amazing experience worth the trip. Check out their website www.nha.org (then click on the link to 1800 House) for a complete schedule. Also....look at my photos under 1800 House to see what's we've been up to there this summer (2008).

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  • These are some (all to be posted eventually) of my entries into Teesha Moore's Self Portrait Project which I was so graciously invited to join. It's a two year long project with 25 artists, each month we receive a new journal to work in, each time, doing a self portrait. Some of the journals come with instructions and some came with a note to "just express yourself"....it's been an eye opening experience and it's almost through....I'm truly going to miss these books every month.

1800 HOUSE

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    Photos of workshops I've taught AND taken during the summer of 2008.

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