The best things require time. Sometimes it’s hard to reconcile.
Visit the Poetic Earth Month art gallery and discover serene but striking stories that artist John William Waterhouse finds in the simplest of acts — like picking flowers.
The search for a tailor’s awl for an art project becomes a meditation on the intersection of the useful and the beautiful. Buying secondhand isn’t just good for the earth, it’s good for us too.
Visit the Poetic Earth Month art gallery and see the hope of stone on a winter afternoon, from the hand of landscape artist Andy Goldsworthy.
Visit the Poetic Earth Month “art gallery” and experience the soul-satisfying whimsy of the black-capped chickadee.
An ethereal poem about the connectedness of past and present, as “Ghosts [thread] space between animals” and “float between silence and static.”
Visit the Poetic Earth Month “art gallery” and be delighted by summer’s last Rose of Sharon, from white and magenta to antique lavender.
I’d been enamored of the little wooden bee button for weeks, so I finally decided to try out bees wrap sandwich wraps. Beautiful! I also learned a lot more than I bargained for about the intriguing history of preservation and art.