Monthly Archives: October 2017

Power of place in Indian Country

The power of place and places of power A friend gave me a newspaper article about the power of place. The article wasn’t what I expected: it didn’t talk about the indigenous perspective about place—which is how I think about … Continue reading

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When customs dictate behavior

On Friday mornings I head off on my bike into our little berg with my pack full of painting supplies. I lock my bike at a cafe and pull out a large ceramic mug and buy a bottom-less cup of … Continue reading

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Which Picasso are you?

  Would you choose the blue period? Cubist? African? Surreal? If I were a Picasso painting, I would be a cube. Fact is, I find comfort in numbers, straight lines, rulers and answers. I don’t do well with uncertainty. But … Continue reading

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