Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Walkin' the Wheel

This is the first time in perhaps all the years that we've gathered 'round the 'Nature Calendar' wheel that I've had the opportunity to take a photo from this perspective: from a loft high above. At Hines Hill in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park we gather in an old stone house created from a wide assortment of high end carved wood, stone, leaded and stained glass not to mention simply superb design and masterful buidling. It is a most inviting setting, deer and wild turkey meandering about the grounds, for a day of creative opening.
Now I'm off to the Contemporary Art Center of Virginia to begin a new series of Media Blend studios with women making art. It truly is a wonderful life when we focus upon 'What would be good here?' and 'What would love do now?'

1 comment:

  1. What a great perspective - the circle open and ready. I imagine all the empty chairs, themselves, sitting as symbols of anticipation and limitless possibility. The stage is set...


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