"I say to the moment:
Carolyn and I are starting the advertising of 'Homegrown'
our two person art show in October.
Here is first peak at poster!
“When you're in a very quiet place, when you're remembering, when you're savoring an image, when you're allowing your mind calmly to leap from one thought to another, that's a poem. That's what a poem does.”
“You are living in a poem.” This is how the poet Naomi Shihab Nye sees the world, and she teaches how this way of being and writing is possible. She has engaged the real-world power of words since her upbringing between her father’s Palestinian homeland and Ferguson, Missouri, near where her American mother grew up. Her father was a refugee journalist, and she carries forward his hopeful passion, his insistence, that language must be a way out of cycles of animosity.
Of their 70 year marriage, Rosalyn Carter said:
‘Space and doing things together and respecting what each other can do are things that have made it really special.’
My summer travel 'trifecta' consisted of:
•Seattle and an ADELE CONCERT!!!!!!! YES, REALLY!
•Missoula, Radius Gallery juried art show opening, along with golfing, Helena and the Archie Bray.
All in a two week time frame. Holy Moley!
"Travel... breaks down a kind of inner structure we have. "
I love you, Summer.
As a working artist/retired art educator, I've always lived the artful life. Let's share!