If I’m telling you that the artwork in the Slow Holler Tarot Deck project is worth bringing into the world,… then you better well believe it.
A discussion about insecurities and too much mental processing… and a card spread reading to help cope with those daemons…
The gift shop at the National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA) was nice and had some very nice things for sale. Unfortunately, postcards were not one of those things…
One of the amazing things about the exhibit Picturing Mary: Woman, Mother, Idea at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington D.C. was the astonishing number of pieces that had never before been seen in the United States. That, in my view, is an astounding feat and triumph for the curators of […]
Nicholas Kristof, a writer on human rights, women’s rights, health, and gobal affairs at the New York Times has written an op ed piece on the value of a liberal arts and humanities education. Smart words abound:
Another symbol my cousins and I found in several of the artworks in the show “Picturing Mary: Woman, Mother, Idea” at the National Museum of Women in the Arts was that of a puppy or dog. WHAAaaaa????
During my tours around the Maryland-Washington D.C. area, my cousins and I embarqued for a day to the National Museum of Women in the Arts.
The first priority of my Easter trip down south was to visit relatives—some of whom I had not seen in quite some time, having moved back from the west coast just last year. Another reason to make the visit was to reminisce at some of my favorite places around Washington D.C. and see some exhibits […]
Vermont has actually hit “Mud Season,” but it has only been a couple of days-worth, and there is still snow on the ground.Continue reading→