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Museums possess a unique method of eye level learning. When else do you walk & stand in great halls with floors of cold concrete or creaky wood? When else are your feet connected to art in this way? I remember how at art museums I exchange handshakes and nods of recognition with portraits.Read more "On Georg Jensen and Museum Corners"
Today, I drove through the same Tempe neighborhood to get to Infusion Coffee & Tea another time. This time, there was a mortality to the drive. I knew the dozens of memories made at the shop were growing old as I did. Infusion is where I feel deep into the pour-over coffee culture. I remember […]Read more "A Public Mediation Before My 20th Birthday"
It’s amazing how many wonderful moments I experienced last year. God gave us the ability to create and understand art, I am learning as I mature how wonderful that gift is. As the New Year begins, I look back at some of the art that marked and inspired me this year. Divided into books, music, theatre […]Read more "What Art Impacted Me Most in 2017"
Internal conflict and conflict with God has become a regular occurrence these last few months. For a myriad of reasons, I’ve been experiencing wide emotional turmoil. Heartbreak and loss of hope for my future lead me to an emotional and mental place I’d never been to before. To summarize, I’ve been wrestling with God, I’ve never been closer […]Read more "What’s Good? God’s Good."
After a four days in Paris, and a busy morning inside the Palace of Versailles, I spent the rest of the day reading on the lawn in the massive palace gardens. These are a few of my favorite photo’s I took when I was there.Read more "The Gardens of Versailles"
On my way from Amsterdam to Brussels. I made a lovely stop over in the