Monthly Archives: May 2012

The ‘Raging Skeena’ Glass Installation

It is with a force that’s hard to imagine, this northern Skeena River transformed into  a massive body of water, carrying the bodies of fallen trees, threatening properties and homes. I dug up roots after one such flood, framed in … Continue reading

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My garden glass

May in Terrace B.C. The ground is still bare. I long for fresh greens, start multiplier onions, peas and spinach but am waiting for heat, for that special time when the dirt will sing out  “Come to me- I am … Continue reading

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Keeping Embers Burning

In the north, our creative culture is distinct. We carve a space in our writing corners or studios, knowing we must dig our way out of snowdrifts, cough vehicles back to life before we can start our routines. It is … Continue reading

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