Monthly Archives: October 2012

Painting as Metaphor

The wrapping of our house was in bad shape – the paint was peeling, selected shakes were rotting, and roof badly in need of repair. I had put this project off for a number of years – it could no … Continue reading

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Born Scientists

I have advocated for a long time that children are born natural scientists – overflowing with curiosity and wonder.  Their early lives are filled with experimentation as they wave their hands haphazardly until eventually landing in their mouth. Feeling quite … Continue reading

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