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Too often our dreams are paralyzed by failure and self-doubt. I began the Meditations project as an exercise to relinquish my fears and embrace my art with purpose. 368 more words


Amelia Stamps: Potter of the Month

August’s Potter of the Month, Amelia Stamps is a kind and dear friend.  I’ve known Amelia and her husband since 2003.  At the time, Amelia was beginning her career as a full-time potter while her husband attended graduate school.   1,866 more words


The Luminosity exhibition (viewable in Lexington from March – April 2014) featured ourselves four light artists/teams: Rune Guneriussen (Norway), Jen Lewin (Boulder, Colorado), Valerie Fuchs… 472 more words

NEW MOON and the necessity of play

On February 21, 2014, NEW MOON was officially unveiled in Triangle Park. Stephanie Harris, the Executive Director of the Lexington Art League (our amazing hosts and sponsors) gave a short and very kind address, followed by the Mayor of Lexington, and then they invited the public to step up and engage with the sculpture – take… 564 more words

NEW MOON: first phase

The moon is a mysterious, seductive, and powerful entity. It draws the tides and eclipses the sun, and yet, perhaps by virtue of its relationship with night and darkness, the moon is an intimate celestial body – she casts her silver light as if for each dreamer individually. 503 more words

New City, NEW MOON

Last March, the Lexington Art League invited us to Kentucky to participate in a brand new project called “Luminosity.” And so began preparations for NEW MOON, an interactive outdoor moon sculpture soon to be installed in… 789 more words

CSA Fall Harvest Party - Lexington Art League

Friday night’s event at the Lexington Art League – the Fall Harvest Party for their Community Supported Art project – was a beautiful evening, mixing mediums of art in a masterful way. 453 more words