“the beauty of the world […] has two edges, one of laughter, one of anguish, cutting the heart asunder.” ~Virginia Woolf November. Autumn rolls over and clocks fall back. Our scarves and collars creep up to our ears while our eyes squint in the dying light. November. Readings have swamped us in earnest, and writings… Read More Oh, For Art’s Sake! Find some Hygge.
Finally. The first day after I-do-not-remember-how-much time without feeling the need to wear my cap-and-scarf kit. That Sunday Parc la Fontaine was crowded, although the prevailing color was still brown. The warm sun and the barren surface were emerging from the last layers of snow that was melting because of the desire of the people… Read More Our story: “Paint”
As I was scrolling through my Facebook feed, as one does on a cold and windy night, I came across this interesting event for Concordia Write Nights. These events are a chance for writers of any sort to gather and write in atypical locations. Their next event is on April 7th from 2-5pm at the… Read More (Write) Night at the Museum
“The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls.” – Pablo Picasso Over the years I’ve found that I increasingly spend more and more time on my computer, and have less and less time to devote to art projects. I used to paint, sketch, and visit art museums constantly. Now,… Read More Removing the Dust of Daily Life