Artists Need Community!

Our art is deeply personal. Sharing our creativity requires an immense amount of courage and trust. Sharing our art fuels us and affirms us, but it also makes us vulnerable. It’s impossible to cultivate authentic art in a space that feels unsupportive. Judgment and negativity squash creative impulses! In contrast, positivity, kindness, and encouragement foster good work, good art, and oftentimes, the best friendships.

Art can also be a solitary pursuit. But even the most introverted among us needs a cadre of trusted “art friends” who will support us and serve as resources for us. Do you

Read More

The Environmental Protection Agency is warning that two nonstick and stain-resistant compounds found in drinking water are more dangerous than previously thought and pose health risks even at levels so low they cannot currently be detected.

The two compounds, known as PFOA and PFOS, have been voluntarily phased out by U.S. manufacturers, but there are a limited number of ongoing uses and the chemicals remain in the environment because they do not degrade over time. The compounds are part of a larger cluster of “forever chemicals” known as PFAS that have been used in consumer products and industry since the

Read More

I was touring a lot of March and April and permit me explain to you – it was complicated for me and my staff members, what with transforming testing protocols for health and fitness on every leg of the vacation! From Seattle I went to Brazil to photograph for my future wildlife reserve and came away content joyful with pics of Harpy Eagles. Remain tuned for some online video from that location!

Following that, it was off to Morocco to guide a tour of one of the more culturally assorted spots you can pay a visit to,

Read More