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Branching. Ember Fairbairn.

A tree isn’t just its trunk.  To thrive, a tree needs healthy branches.  It needs to be reaching for light, nourished to its tips from within.  Those branches become the homes of birds and squirrels, providing subtle, swishing music…

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Bound. Pava Wulfert.

It doesn’t always take another person to imprison us.  We can often bind ourselves up without any outside help– whether by our own thoughts, or actions, or expectations.  It’s a challenge just to get out of our own way.…

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Submerged. Wendi Turchan.

Having spent the last two summers on the Northern California coast, where the water doesn’t warm up too much between winter and summer, it’s been a while since I took a swim.  When I was young, spending summers at…

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Submersions. Kim Keever.

Re-entering the real world after so many hours, weeks, months spent by my mom’s side has been more of a struggle than I might have imagined.  There was, of course, a desire for a return to normality, to get…

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Superfluity. Amanda Krantz.

If I could think of any one way to honor my mom’s memory in my life going forward– it could be summed up in one word. MORE. These paintings by Melbourne artist Amanda Krantz teem with color, movement, and life,…

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Crevices. Sean Newport.

As humans, none of us are one dimensional.  We are a mashed up conglomerate of peaks and valleys, opposing polarities that often don’t make sense.  It is when we reach below the surface, into the crevices where the true…

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Swirls. Rosalind Breen.

A dear friend told me a few years ago that I seemed swirly happy.  It was less than a year after Mr. F and I had married and started traveling.  My world had completely changed and though I was…

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Immersions. Kathleen Holder.

As we travel, each place becomes a part of who we are, who we are becoming.  We carry their influence with us.  Some penetrate and saturate us more than others. These pastels by Texas artist Kathleen Holder catch me right in…

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Discordants. Caroline Bullock.

It’s funny how we try to make sense of everything these days.  The mystery has been removed from so many elements of life that we have this need to have an explanation for everything.  We ask why and then…

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Depths. Vicky Barranguet.

We find ourselves in a superficial world.  Most days, the bulk of our interactions may be on the “like/dislike” spectrum.  We send quick quips on social media to people we barely know or haven’t actually spoken to in years.…