why I make things
For me there is little separation between prayer, nature, music, and making. Every piece is an attempt at better understanding how these things are connected and how they bring us closer to ourselves. Every day in the studio is an exploration of the soul. Sometimes it's silent and reflective. Sometimes it's raucus and celebratory. It's all prayer. It's all a celebration of life and an acknowledgment of the inexplicable energy that surrounds us and is in us and is infinite. It's centering, It's meditative. It's wild. And I feel called to do it. Every day.
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It's an amazing life; it is living at it's most profound and I'm grateful every day for this work.
Thank you for visiting. I hope to see you out in the world not too long from now.
5/11/2016 04:28:28 am
My favorite part of the day is waking up and drinking my coffee from the cup made by you. My kids feel the same way! We love them!!
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