Taken from Wiki: In Norse mythology, Huginn (from Old Norse “thought”) and Muninn (Old Norse “memory” or “mind”) are a pair of ravens that fly all over the world, Miðgarðr, and bring information to the god Odin. Huginn and Muninn are attested in the Poetic Edda, compiled in the 13th century from earlier traditional sources: the Prose Edda and Heimskringla, written in the 13th century by Snorri Sturluson; in the Third Grammatical Treatise,… Continue reading Odin’s ravens: Huginn & Muninn
Welcome back. I thought I would include information (on visiting Iceland) given to me by others, as well as experienced first hand, by yours truly. Here it is! You can do so much in Iceland in a very short period of time. Driving along the south coast from Reykjavik to Höfn, “way” on the other side,… Continue reading more about the land of Fire & Ice
Hey there! So I have added a new PAGE to my blog menu; Iceland. Where I intend to share info I’ve gathered from my travels there. I will also, from time to time share that info in a post, just so’s ya’ll see it. 😉 Plus, this September I am traveling back and visiting the… Continue reading Iceland in 7 days
screen printing on glass screen printing on metal sandblasting and carving glass tig or mig= pros & cons of both bringing a kiln home A co-Gullkistan-AiR, conspirator and colleague, Susan Williams shared some fun images she took when I was setting up the kiln for its 1st firing. Some deserve to be flip-booked, anyways, here are… Continue reading random thoughts
Ég vinn með málm og gler Yes, I do. Can you guess what that means? Without the help of Google translate! 😉 So, there are 3 days left with the Kickstarter campaign. Phew! It has been an interesting experience and I am so grateful and thankful for all of the support!! Last I checked there… Continue reading 3 days left for Iceland or Bust!
Beast are performative wearable living dioramas using multiple media to anthropomorphize the environmental crisis, and expose parallels to society’s treatment of women to inspire dialogue for change. Through my interpretation of Icelandic mythology and landscape, I try to create work that defines an intersection between emotions and our perception of the environment. I utilize glass… Continue reading razzle dazzle
Afternoon in Brooklyn.The flight was uneventful, landed in Newark, grabbed the NJ Transit to Penn Station. ‘A’ train to 6th avenue, hopped the F train and made it safely to Aaron and Clare’s. After dumping my baggage, and lightening my load Aaron took me on a wander round the ‘hood, primarily to grab hardware for… Continue reading And so it begins…