It's here! The magic of goddess energy comes to life November 11th in the lovely city of Gulfport. Come see Persephone, Pomba Gira, Brigid, Hecate, Kali, Ix Chel, and Inanna amuse the crowd with their vivacity! $6 at the door. Exhibit begins at 8pm.
Progress report on my awesome 'do. I've got about an inch and change of growth since the buzz down. The curls are coming in really tight, yet still distinct - soft, wispy curls along the temples, thick twists cover the rest. There's still the weird patch of hair that grows longer than the rest of … Continue reading Keepin’ It Short
Been riding quite the wave this week. Got my spoken word workshop green-lighted, received positive responses from exhibit participants, and I've even lined up some local celebs to bring flair to my projects! Man, am I a lucky girl. Thanks for delivering, Universe. On Thursday, my arty cohort and I traversed the local Joann Fabrics … Continue reading All About That Crown
As the Parade of Nations at the Olympics passed onscreen, I couldn't take my eyes off of a certain African athlete dancing along with the stadium samba music. Djibouti's small yet excited delegation entered in matching clothing, but the dancer added beautiful jewelry across her face! Found what it was, a version of this ceremonial headdress. INSPIRATION. … Continue reading Olympic Inspiration
August = productive so far, and delighted to report it's a very positive experience! So far, I've drummed up interest on my two projects, and it looks like we are totally greenlit for The Living Goddess Exhibit. What is that, you wonder? Word will be out soon on the details, but if you have been … Continue reading Spirit and Goddesses and Queens, Oh My!
I am in a mood. I'm gonna compose some letters. Not going to mail them, just let the words flow cathartic. I'll print them on lovely stationary, then burn them, after I cross and cover names. Yep. I'm in that kind of mood. I'll start my drafts here for your amusement. To accompany, a … Continue reading On Self-Deprecation
Gilded tendrils through wooden slats summon a new Appalachian day. I tumble, tumble giddy under feathery darkness my morning dreams launch me into flight... So begins one of the poems I created in that beautiful cabin nestled under ancient wood. The experience of connecting with nature at a primordial level is a powerful thing. My … Continue reading Coming Down The Mountain
Even into the darker blue, the Gulf waters felt too hot. Surely there's a cold spot somewhere, I thought. I wanted to swim out further to find that magic place, but I needed a spotter. I came with three of my favorite fellas, but they were gathered around our table for the day, too far … Continue reading Friends In Warm Places
I admit, I'm being a little too research-intensive for a 4th of July weekend, but it's helping me keep focused on something positive. Ever have that? Such a constant flux of negativity that you have to FORCE something positive to engage in? Sad. Anyways, this weekend I'm going the phenomenological route by visiting the work … Continue reading So You Might Be A Star Seed
I had an absolutely wonderful weekend! The City of St Petersburg, Florida hosted its annual Pride Parade last Saturday evening. Once again I gave my time to the fine folks with NOMADStudio...you remember them from last year? Well this year they got renowned artist John Gascot to paint the Art Bus with messages of Love, … Continue reading Pride 2016: Art For All