A bit of freshening up, the disintegration flags have found a new life. They hung fresh...open to the elements in the beginning...for Seth's Disintegration Project
they softened and show their age, thoughts of community...a coming together, only seemed natural...
words that inspire...
embellishments of peace
tied to one another....we are...
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Posted at 08:46 AM in Disintegration, Photography | Permalink
Just a peek.....the reconstruction of the deconstruction
the hanging prayer flags are finding a home, a community....a neighborhood in which to thrive.
for those of us who have a long weekend ahead....enjoy!
Posted at 02:45 PM in Artwork, Disintegration | Permalink
they have seen snow and rain....gray skies and blue, they have flown strong in the face of fierce winds and baked in the bright Colorado sun....
but like a child....that grows older under your watchful eye, subtle changes happening....slowly, unnoticed until one stops to really examine.....flowers hand sewn at some point ripped away,
now empty pockets.....bright colors fading to soft and muted....edges tearing away,
Look here as more disintegration project's are exposed.
Posted at 05:57 PM in Artwork, Disintegration, Other creative work | Permalink
We woke to a fresh blanket of snow....I hear tell it was pink snow with the sunrise.
The prayer flags took a beating in the high winds we had a couple of days ago, but are still hanging in.
Valentine's Day show/sale at Katy's studio....Friday, February 13th...such a LUCKY day!
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Posted at 08:36 AM in Artwork, Disintegration, Holiday Shows | Permalink
Peace, Love and Happiness......papers and dried marigold bundles of intents put to the wind....
prayer flags left to the whims of nature
and the forces that BE.....joining the disintegration project and my quest for peace in the small moments,
hung in front of the new studio....I will watch this interaction and share the results on May 1st.
Posted at 12:35 AM in Artwork, Disintegration, Little words for PEACE | Permalink