Language can be beautiful, but it’s also clumsy, a burden. Whenever I write it’s like trying to pin down something that never had a form to begin with. Trying to explain movement in perfect stillness, looking for the connection. Looking for thin places. — Sophia Mirashrafi… Read More ink and stone: thin places // Sophia’s #TheIsolationJournals prompt response
I’m incredibly proud to be sharing an interview with Meg Hyland, creator of Women of 1000. Her project explores the lives of women around the world from over a thousand years ago. This project challenges many mainstream ideas about women in history and showcases stories many of us have never heard before.… Read More Women of 1000: exploring the art and research of Meg Hyland
Is it about the foreground, the background, or the ground? Where does our word “landscape” come from? And what’s the deal with plastic mulch, guys?… Read More what the hell even is landscape, anyway?
Today I’m proud to feature a few of Shetlander Ryan Leith‘s photos of his home. These striking images give you an idea of just how powerful and relentless the North Sea is–especially when the waves are juxtaposed against towering stone stacks of over one hundred feet in height. Please click on any of the photos… Read More Shetland, Sea and Stone