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Workshop photos part 1

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What the?????????????

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I'm back from my mini blog vacation.....lots to share, but first I had to pass this along, from Glynnis!


Teri Frame

Bluebird animation based on Charles Bukowski's poem

Having a great time here at Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, my class is wonderful!  Here is a little video for you.  I'll be back next week blogging again!  


Bluebird animation based on Charles Bukowski's poem

Having a great time here at Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, my class is wonderful!  Here is a little video for you.  I'll be back next week blogging again!  


Ann Arbor Street Art Fair

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Queen of the beans

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finally working on my rabbits....

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melathria scabra

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What is that you say?
A fun fact about cucumbers:


Hot Lips!

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Listening

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small plate

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2 sides

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The Up and Down, Vladimir Dunjich, 2004

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top of the kiln

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peas please

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Iris

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slow and slower

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flower power

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Where True Power is Born

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Where True Power is Born 
by: Max Strom

We own nothing in this world. Everything we own is contained in our heart center. Everything outside the heart center is not ours. It passes. It’s temporary. Everything in the heart center is real. The love we have for others, the love we feel from others, all resides in the heart center. It is the place where we sometimes experience the greatest pain, but it is also the fountain from which unconditional love flows—where joy, gratitude, forgiveness, and compassion are born. Where true power is born.
The heart center is not a physical organ that beats in our chest; it is the temple of our highest emotions and even our highest Self. It is experienced primarily in the chest region, and this is why the chest is the most difficult area of the body to open, because it is the home of our emotions and our memories. All spiritual healing involves the heart center. It is where we truly live and will return to in the end.
The ancient Egyptians believed that th…