Samuel Barbers “Adagio for Strings” is a good complement to the 20,000 chairs set up near the White House to remember those lost to COVID.
Nicole Tersigni captures the art of mansplaining using 17th century art.
Long ago I played several musical instruments. Rachel Friedman’s new book is a lens through which to understand why I don’t play any longer.
If you’re an artist of any kind, you’re more likely to practice your art if your tools are easy to access.
A few weeks ago my husband sent me an article about how many Instagram users are taking the same photos. The standard photo taken through … Read more
I’ve been thinking a lot about how we can use art (in my case, writing) to better understand our potential (environmental, economic, etc.) future. The … Read more
*Edited 21 May to add books by Michael Kodas and Gary Ferguson. 2017 was the worst wildfire season on record in BC. A total of … Read more
This last week has been incredibly busy, and wasn’t helped by a day spent in bed and another day spent recuperating from being in bed. … Read more
If you’ve read my blog for a while, you know that, because of my illness, I have limited time in the day to do things … Read more
Last week I was at dog training with one of our flat-coated retrievers when the instructor asked if I had a photo of our German … Read more