An unNatural History Exhibit Oct 5-Nov 2 Call for submissions Deadline: Aug 10th, midnight T.E.S.T Gallery Space, 906 Queen St West, Toronto Natural history is the research and study of organisms including animals, fungi and plants in their environment, leaning more towards observational than experimental methods of study. It encompasses scientific research but is not… Continue reading An UnNatural History • Call for works
Sick at home with the flu and after a day or two I grow very bored. Reading and binge watching various books and downloaded tv shows/netflix, I want to be at my studio working with my hands! So I’ve been taking part in the Toronto Etsy Street Team’s #webetest Instagram challenge. The gif above is… Continue reading It’s only with the heart that one can see clearly…
HOW DO YOU ENVISION THE POSSIBILITIES FOR THE FUTURE? Lately I’ve been carrying on about the theory of living in a ‘holographic’ universe. Some friends have freaked out a bit when I’ve mentioned this. Is this a possibility for the future? Who knows but here goes! We are living in memories. None of this, right… Continue reading Possibilities [future] blog o sphere
As I write this it is currently 25c with humidity at 74%, no precipitation. Meaning = HOT Planning to picnic later with friends in High Park… remains to be seen. So, where would I like to visit this summer? I am not a fan of summer. Yeah, sure I am a summer baby n’all, my… Continue reading Blog-O-Sphere July Topic: Where would you like to visit this summer?
May topic: “Share with us a little window in to your space/life/home.” (could be pics of your studio, favourite tools, garden, walk in closet, kitchen. Whatever little corner you want to talk about! ) Hmmm. When I first signed on for this month’s BoSTT I had in mind to write a lengthy piece on ‘my’ corner of… Continue reading window space
THIS is a tricky topic. I have read many books that I could call a favourite. And, I am certain there are many I have yet to read or may never read, that would be considered favourites. One thing is for certain, I love to read. While some of my friends read a book or… Continue reading favourite book
March topic: “What inspires you?” Early on I’ve always felt a bit displaced.. not of ‘this’ world. My inspiration has always come from this other place. Along the way I’ve come across or have been introduced to people, musicians, artists, writers that remind me of this other-worldliness. Karl Gustav Jung, Joseph Campbell, Jamake Highwater, Norton Juster’s- The Phantom Tollbooth,… Continue reading inspiration
OMG I am totally LATE! Yesterday was a bit hellish and turned my brain to temporary mush, thus why I am late here… speaking of mush this month’s Blog-O-Sphere is about FOOD. Favourite foods, recipes, etc. Naturally I had grand ideas for this one and they’ve fallen through a bit. Well, here goes! I am… Continue reading FOOD
“A great piece of advice. -What is one thing you would share as “the best advice ever” ? “ Generally this question might seem daunting. There’s seemingly SO much good advice to give, yes? Like, for instance suggesting, rather heavy handedly to people in the Arts, that they absolutely hands-down have to read: Art & Fear:… Continue reading January’s new moon advice
Maths Super, crazy, high-octante, MATHS Maths allowing me to express my concepts on reality, otherworldly dimensions and black holes. It’s a thing. A skill set I do not own. So, you may well ask- what maths are you in need of to hold the title, Theoretical Physicist? There’s an online guide to the mathematics necessary… Continue reading December’s topic asks: What would you really like to learn?