Archive for November 2010

Become a Collector of Words, A Creator of Images…

Last Saturday, participants came from Atlanta, Charleston, Hartsville and Columbia to the Columbia Museum of Art to pause from the hectic pace of life and delve into the creative process. They came in search of inner phosphorescence, that luminescent energy that enlivens and inspires the direction of our lives. The catalyst for this workshop was the exhibition…

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Finding Your Inner Phosphorescence

Last month, I had an unintentional retrospective exhibition at Benedict College that included works from over a 20-year period— unintentional in that I thought the exhibition was scheduled for 2011, not 2010, so I had to scurry around to gather up enough work for a cohesive show, adding in older work I hadn’t planned on…

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Today is Day of the Dead

Couldn’t get down to the Five Points Fountain this Halloween weekend? Well, after going to the voting polls today, why not visit our Autumn Remembrance display? Pause for a few minutes to remember those loved and lost. Celebrate Day of the Dead with Healing Icons At its essence, Day of the Dead is a Mexican holiday centered…

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