Composed of wood with no discernible heartbeat, this gorgeous span is no less a part of our community for it. In the summer of 2011 the refurbishment process was finished after a 20 year community effort helping to find $7.5M to complete this mammoth task.
Archives for November 2013
Spring comes to our identities. And so does winter. I once taught in English classrooms; now I do not. I once was afraid of public speaking; now I do it all the time. But being in this movement between the seasons is easier said than done.
We have all climbed onto Google and done a search for items that interest us. What we might not have known, is how intensive and invasive Google’s searches are on us. Sometimes they go a little too far and get their tail feathers burned. What we might not know about this quiet giant is how […]
Being a single parent can be demanding and stressful. Here are some hints for how to make things easier on yourself and get a sense of balance in your life.
One of South Australia’s small pleasures is crab raking, or “dabbing”, as the locals call it, a common pastime in the state’s gulf regions.
The inspiration for my work is rooted deeply within Newfoundland’s sublime landscape. I begin my work with the ideas of movement, light and texture with strong lines and vibrant colors as vital elements within the piece.
Save history one story at a time. November is a good time to start a family tradition of capturing and preserving family memories. The author uses examples from her own family. Encourage your children and everyone in your family to write annual or semi-annual autobiographies. Record older family members.
Friendship, hurt, betrayal, and trampling of values. Lessons learned in life which make you stronger.
The human tendency to self cherish is the main dish in life. Humans have been eating it, probably since the beginning of our species. In addition to the main dish is a set of side dishes called consumerism, capitalism, and commodification.
Terrill Welch is a Canadian artist living on Mayne Island, British Columbia. Internationally recognized, her paintings and photographs have been purchased by collectors and buyers in the United States, Australia, Norway, England, and Switzerland. This is the second half of our two part conversation.