Monthly Archives: October 2016

Spirit of the Times

This picture, taken in the studio of Diana al-Hadid, gathers up the slender threads on the last day of October, 2016.   Today I read distress in this body – it’s a landscape on which forces much more powerful than … Continue reading

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Toronto: Texture is All

I do love cities.  The sensory stimulation is endless. No matter how gridlike the streets are, the sense experience never happens as an orderly unfolding – it’s always overwhelming.  It’s like having a bucket of water dumped over your head, … Continue reading

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A Bow Maker Takes Aim

World-renowned violin bow maker, Benoît Rolland has a talent for hearing vibrations within a block of wood.  He’s also a person with a keen sensibility for spanning extremes, for finding connections between things that seem vastly separated – like a … Continue reading

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