Love Your Home Journal: Taysa Jorge

  When I left the first time my hometown (Canary Islands) to study dance in London… I felt so lonely, I knew it was what I wanted to do and that I had to do it but I couldn't help miss my "home", my routines, my family, friends, the places I used to go... I … Continue reading Love Your Home Journal: Taysa Jorge

Interview with Kelly Sheridan

  Can you tell us about your process/work? My process typically begins out of the studio. I get ideas for artwork when I’m outside usually. When I’m riding my road bike or on a hike I have a lot of time to think without outside distractions. My thoughts go on for a longer period of … Continue reading Interview with Kelly Sheridan

Summer Travel Journal: Alabama

  This was a trip of firsts for me. Although I had been to Alabama a few years prior, had done the drive, had a feeling for the place - this seemed different. It was the trip that gave me motherhood. "We must be willing to let go of the life we had planned, so … Continue reading Summer Travel Journal: Alabama

Summer Travel Journal: Costa Rica

  Hiking Cerro Chirripó Cerro Chirripó is the highest mountain peak in Costa Rica. Although it is only 3820 meters above sea level, the hike up there is a little bit tough. The 20 km uphill are usually divided in a two day hike, where people rest at a shelter located 14.5 km from the … Continue reading Summer Travel Journal: Costa Rica

Interview with Emily Coble

Emily Coble is a grower, Americorps VISTA teacher, and creative living and working in Rhode Island. She expresses herself through a multitude of mediums with subject matter that flows from one piece to the next with a love of the natural world and plants, from her growing and teaching to her artmaking and crafting.   … Continue reading Interview with Emily Coble