Monthly Archives: June 2018

Creativity Club; everyone welcome

I  gathered a majority of my  smaller art supplies, and packed them into a suitcase that I decorated. Now it’s become a portable art studio, bwahahaha. I swear it, people can discover and heal all kinds of things during the … Continue reading

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The Smell of Water

Watering my plants nearly brought me to tears; is it to late to run away and live on a boat somewhere? The smell of the water was intense, primal, necessary. When I think about the water – swimming, fishing, listening … Continue reading

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World Naked Bike Ride 2018

Humans are messy and amazing, and this is my favorite event to celebrate that. I went topless for it this year, because in this time of political divisiveness and hate/fear I felt the need to make stronger statements about freedom … Continue reading

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That girl knows the back roads

Oh hell yes she does. She knows where the best spots are to park on a hot summer night, when it’s safe to slip into the back seat and out of those cutoff jeans. The breezes blowing through open windows … Continue reading

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RIP Another brilliant human

I dream of running teams of art therapists and teachers to drop in to crisis areas (most of the planet?) to help humans work through things individually and as communities, because people who are emotionally wounded need to heal. All … Continue reading

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Textile therapy

Art therapy is wonderfully helpful, and the best thing about it is that there’s no limit to what medium you can use, or what will be your canvas. My clothes all looked like blank canvasses, and I had to have … Continue reading

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