Monthly Archives: March 2010

Only hearts are real

When I came out of my Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM in contemporary lingo) class on Lower Water Street last Saturday, my car had some graffiti carved into the heavy winter dirt that has been accumulating–hearts and smiley faces all over … Continue reading

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The close of winter

Winter is retreating quickly. The days are noticeably longer, warmer. We are even seeing the sun at times. I’ve begun planting seeds and thoughts are with the garden. But while the ice is too thin to walk on the lake … Continue reading

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Waiting for summer

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Intentional and otherwise

I’ve been teaching a small group of very highly motivated students. Abstract painting. Today’s class was a paint-and-pass study. I had about four different exercises in mind, centering around collaboration, and the group suggested new ways to do some of … Continue reading

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