Paintings that reflect individual soul searching, gratefulness, connecting to one another through nature and prayer. Although no religion is reflected in the paintings, viewers share a spiritual oneness. There is always a consistent flow of Aboriginal touches that reflect off each image.
Archives for October 2013
I used to dread the inevitable question, “Are you ever afraid?” Then I read about how fear can be like a compass not a barrier, a way to know what to do next.
Dustin Hoffman gives an outstanding performance as Ted Kramer, a career-obsessed Dad whose six-year-old son teaches him about love.
“Fear be gone”, I said to myself as I stepped up on a stool (on the “brain” side of the divide) to get a better look at the open-heart surgery. I was handed a plastic shield for my eyes, “just in case we get a squirter.” This did nothing to quell my racing heart as I thought to myself, “I’m going to need one of those machines in a minute!”
Alex invites you to share his personal adventure in art, share his celebration of the imagination and discover all the beauty this world has to offer.
The author and his diving companions are awed and fascinated by the diverse marine life of the Caribbean coral reefs.
Curtis’s work can make the seemingly insignificant, explode with presence and simultaneously cause your heart to swell nearly as big. Thoughtful and easy going, Curtis’s demeanor emanates through his personal work documenting a passing moment.
As in “Objects in the mirror may appear closer than they are”, rental kayaks should also come with the warning: “Cockpits may appear larger than they actually are. Small kayaks rented to middle aged women for the sole purpose of entertaining the staff. Thank you for your cooperation.”
Traditional home cooking in the south not only crosses the southern boundaries but throughout the United States and the world for that matter. A traditional Minnesota Hot Dish Casserole could be the very same recipe your favorite Aunt from North Georgia makes. I won’t get into the fine detail of regional cooking but I would like to mention one thing, Cornbread!
An old woman shining shoes in the courtyard of the Ayasofya Mosque in Istanbul . The expression tells the tale of a difficult life, full of hardship and need.