All I need is the air that I breathe

Breathing the Air of Art: first post-COVID visit to the AGO, August 2020 Last week’s post examined the idea of an artist’s selfishness, and I’ve been thinking more about that since. The space we need to make art, to create, is largely a personal one,...

Loving what is

My practice in the last week or two has very much been focused on this principle, embodied in the book by the same name by Byron Katie. I’ve been sitting more deeply in who I am: as a human, as a musician, as a singer, and just owning it. I’ve been...

Embracing the Goddess

Two goddesses: Jana Philipp I’ve lost count on how many weeks in we are now…15? One thing I can say is that the goddesses in my life have continued to give me support, courage and meaning in this time of isolation. These women are colleagues, friends,...

Buried treasure

Treasure in unexpected places (Photo: Kimberly Barber, 2020) This week I’ve been investigating what happens if I expect less and feel more. I’ve been willing to look into the dark corners of imperfection with the bright light of attention and discover...