Well its the last day of the year again. 2010 has been a busy year for me to say the least. I had a great art exhibit at Disjecta, participated in many fashion shows, produced and created a long time vision, Pre-soiled Couture, worked with new photographers, met with many
You gotta love good press. I was recently interviewed by Marjorie Skinner of the Portland Mercury about my show Pre-Soiled Couture and such. Thank you Justine (model), Camillia (make-up/ hair), and Mike Larremore (photo). After the fashion show there will be 5 dress forms in the gallery that will display
Thank you for the good press!! This is just what I need to get my rusty wares out to the world. Fashion Fair PDX j just posted this designer spotlight. Dont forget that Saturday is Pre-Soiled Fashion show at Disjecta There will be a good crowd so get there early
I am delighted to say that my work has graced the cover of the Willamette Week The wonderful writer Richard Speer came to my studio to compile an article for the issue and much to my surprise they (editors) loved the images I sent them and BAM…… cover. Mike Larremore
The thousand lotus petal is found at the crown of your head, and is the place were the kundalini projects and your mind is still. Knowledge, knower, and known all become one. Entering into a new realm of perception, it is direct and absolute.
The Ajna or third eye is the gateway to insight for the future. This is how and why we see with our minds eye. The polarity of masculine and feminine reside here with the duality of subject and object. Hindus believe that spiritual energy from the external world is entered
The vishuddha chakra is commonly associated with the throat. This is a place were you will find pure cosmic sound. When this chakra is nourished guilt and remorse are removed and we are given a compassionate voice. Finding this detachment from everyday problems will help in our survival and growth.
I have been collecting things for as long as I remember in my adult life, things like plant matter, tea bags, metal, rocks. Never quite sure why, but compelled to keep it going. Through these collections I have learned how to use the things I find and become a scribe