Today was an amazing day of Indigo and community, not to mention the Minnesota weather gods and goddesses rule blessed us with a warm and golden late September day. But I’m far to tired to blog about it, so I thought I’d share this stunning capture of a Kashmiri man, along with the article from 2013 where I found it. This region has recently seen so much devastation through flooding, some of it hitting close to home. I am sending my energy out to the people there and hope to visit later this year.
This beauty arrived and I just got to see one of my most admired teachers for the first time in at least ten years, who out of the blue ( literally) donated a pound of this amazing #shetlandwool for my #indigo project this weekend with #cardamomcollective !! Life is amazing and abundant and I’m grateful for it #bluenotblues #nofilter , thank you so much Mary Skoy you continue to amaze and inspire me!! ✨💙🙌🌀⚡️
#Today in Facebook I reconnected with the other 85% or so of my tiny art school class that I lived and breathed the #pleinair of #Provence with, almost 14 years ago at #marchutz. My mind is back there today and has me pulling out old day sketches and plotting how we can all gather back there again in those magic fields and glorious old cafes, a decade and a half later. So grateful for the universe and the people who have shaped me #artschool #studyabroad #labellefrance