An artist is a nourisher and a creator who knows that during the act of creation there is collaboration. We do not create alone.
Madeleine L'Engle

The Realness of Who We Are: Thoughts On Life & Crafting

The Realness of Who We Are: Thoughts On Life & Crafting

May 3, 2014-- "For a long time I hesitated to call myself an artist. I mean artist in the most playful, experimental, fearless way. I believe we are all born creative. If we weren't meant to have some creative capacities, the human race would have failed by now. Creating is innate. Handcrafts were a natural extension of the artistic interests I've cultivated and as a way of expressing two things: what it means to be human in the world, and how to uniquely express who I am in this world. The by-product of those expressions is beauty." In this engaging interview, a vibrant artist and keeper of many talents eloquently shares her perspectives on the importance of crafting. (11425 reads)


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