Waste Not Want Not 123

No, I am no economist, but the COVID crisis compels me to tell a story of how the communities in Philadelphia are utilizing energy and resources- toilet paper, for instance! In the words of Ursula Le Guin, “there have been great societies that did not use the wheel but there have been no societies that …

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Growth Ring, painted tree bark, (12x8)x2 approx.

Revisiting Growth Rings

“In addition to increasing emissions, deforestation contributes directly to a change in rainfall patterns in the affected region, extending the length of the dry season, further affecting forests, biodiversity, agriculture and human health,” Greenpeace

Egg Lady, Food for thought

Food for Thought

Food has been a reflection of a culture and its people in how it is prepared and consumed.

Lone Falcon, by Tania Sen

The Lone Raptor

Over the past several months the overriding question I’ve been grappling with was to find a way to work with the polarized state of consciousness at play today. My proposal to Madrid residency this past October was to address the issue by viewing it through divided lens and trying to reach a moderate perspective by listening to both ends of the spectrum in the context of the political divide that Spain in undergoing.