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My blog (maybe I should say our blog: everyone I’ve met has contributed some thought, inspiration or opportunity)...

Inside Story

Inside Story

April 16, 2018

“You’ve got political issues, you’ve got issues of race, you’ve got issues of sexuality, now you’ve got issues of age; Grace is a person who presses everyone’s buttons…

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Time is Now

Time is Now

March 07, 2018

Today, March 8th, is International Women’s Day. The theme for 2018 is “Time is Now: Rural and urban activists transforming women’s lives”.
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The sweet Bohemian life

The sweet Bohemian life

January 02, 2018

Today I posted a new Muse Wall print (No. 7) featuring images shot on 35mm film – Kodachrome, actually...
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Artist as Alchemist

Artist as Alchemist

November 13, 2017

An exceptional show at the Grand Palais until 22 January 2018 focuses on the modernity of Gauguin’s creative process…

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Son Cubano

Son Cubano

November 04, 2017

At the beach in Santiago de Cuba, mi amiga Michelle gets an impromptu rumba lesson from Chino…

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AfroEurAsia

AfroEurAsia

November 04, 2017

I’ve been sojourning in Porto, at the western edge of continental Europe, on my roundabout way to the annual Paris Photo art fair.
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Serendipity?

Serendipity?

September 17, 2017

I love to edit and reassemble the objects on my home's walls, very much in the spirit I use to create my muse wall prints.
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Yogarupa Rod Stryker

Yogarupa Rod Stryker

September 10, 2017

My teacher since 2001, Rod Stryker introduced me to the power and beauty of  Sri Vidya Tantra Yoga meditation.

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East and Beyond

East and Beyond

September 10, 2017

Finally did get to see the Helen Frankenthaler woodcut show at the Works on Paper Gallery and Study Center of the Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, Massachusetts. Went with my genius friend Sara…

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L'Afrique C'est Chic

L'Afrique C'est Chic

August 12, 2017

Amadou and Miriam, Malian blues legends mixing a cocktail of traditional Malian sounds, rock guitars, Syrian violins, Cuban trumpets, Egyptian ney, Indian tablas and Dogon percussion. Just what I needed on a hot, smokey Seattle evening:
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There are no rules…

There are no rules…

July 23, 2017

“It’s all about risks, deliberate risks.”

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I really like stencils...

I really like stencils...

July 09, 2017

I bought a bucketful of stencils from a compère at the recyclerie just across from the Montreuil flea market, the largest Malian market in Europe...

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