July 20, 2020

My childhood was obsessed with dance. But my training was not conventional. Before major performances we had physical rehearsals, but we also had mental and emotional rehearsals. In a small New England provincial seaside town, this group of teenage girls did ‘woo-woo’...

July 12, 2020

(Versão em Português abaixo)

I am honored to be a recipient of the 2020 DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities Sister Cities Project Grant focusing on the relationship between international Capital Cities. Because I speak Portuguese, due to a long relationship with do...

April 4, 2018

Spring cleaning my mosaic art studio is a ritual that invites 'Drala' into my life and work. Drala is the Tibetan word for the energy that is more powerful than aggression - that energy that resides in gentleness, beauty, and the phenomenon of those things that reach u...

January 27, 2018

The first time one cuts a stone it alters perspective of the world’s fixedness. There is really no way to know a stone until you attempt to cut it. Some resist and require intensive work. Others open easily. Some disintegrate into awkwardly shaped shards, and others cl...

January 22, 2018

Elizabeth Gilbert suggests in Big Magic that a person decides whether or not to truly become something by the kind of 'sh*t sandwich' they are able to consume and perhaps even strangely delight in it's taste.  Each vocation has its own version.  And within each profess...

January 17, 2018

My family is Irish. A couple years ago, for the first time, we all converged in Ireland and wended circuitously around the Burren exploring the beauty of this magical stony land and the mystically intense strangeness of its power, spirits and the balancing whimsy of it...

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