It is exciting, and a little scary, to embark on this collaborative art-venture with the Thurston County Food Bank. There are so many unknowns.
I know that it will result in a permanent exterior art installation and involve over 1,000 people along the way.
I do not know what materials the art will be made of, what it will look like, or even whether it will be a mural or a sculpture! Continue reading “Welcome to the Unknown: Design Collaboration”
Of all of the places I could really move into action, why climate change? This is a question that I find somewhat difficult to answer as there are so many elements involved. Let’s see if I can break it down.
It’s an opportunity for me to learn.
Continue reading “Moving from the Center and into Action: Part 3”
Sometimes, when finding my center, I imagine myself in the radiant center of a flower, with the petals representing all of the different aspects of myself that I move in and out of all day long. Other times, it’s more like a hurricane. Continue reading “Moving from the Center and into Action: Part 2”
Note: I wrote this piece a few weeks ago, then life happened. It’s the first in a 3-part series.
I had this breakthrough the other day. It’s such a small thing, but sometimes these small things feel HUGE. Continue reading “Moving from the Center and into Action: Part 1”