poem – Wellwood 5.6.2021

 The Dakini Speaks by Joyce Wellwood My friends, let's grow up. Let's stop pretending we don't know the deal here. Or if we truly haven't noticed, let's wake up and notice. Look: Everything that can be lost, will be lost. It's simple - how could we have missed it for so long? Let's grieve our … Continue reading poem – Wellwood 5.6.2021

neighborhood art walk 4.22.2021

I'll be participating once again in the Marquette-Atwood Art Walk this year. It's Sunday, May 2nd, from 11am-5pm on the near-east side of Madison, Wisconsin. My address is 2802 Center Avenue, and I'll be selling my ceramics out of my garage, on the Miller Avenue side of the house. Visit the Art Walk website to … Continue reading neighborhood art walk 4.22.2021

art quote – Barlow 4.8.2021

Art is full of ambiguity. Our response is often undefined, unexpected and perplexing. Being willing to embrace the mystery—and to do so outside the domain of language—frees a viewer to experience the work without any explanation or validation. That personal response can frequently link directly to the thrill of being intimately enthralled.Deborah Barlow, http://www.slowmuse.com/2021/03/04/intimately-enthralled

annual donating in 2020, and a poem 12.31.2020

This year, in keeping with my desire to "give back" by donating a portion of my art sales to charitable organizations, I'm donating to the Madison School & Recreation pottery program. Their mission statement is "MSCR will enhance the quality of life for individuals in the Madison Metropolitan School District and for the community by … Continue reading annual donating in 2020, and a poem 12.31.2020