Solace Driven

By Dori Miller / April 11, 2021

When I arrived in Philadelphia, I was disappointed by the lack of snow accumulation. However, 2021 was different. After a year of isolation and lack of the usual, a natural abundance rained down. All I could see around me was a world full of free, sculptural material.  “Snow dumplings” inspired my snow poems body of…

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Where Safety Lives

By Holly Harrison / December 17, 2020

When we first began sheltering in place, I stocked up on essentials. I focused on helping family members manage (especially my then 15-year-old daughter and my elderly mom). And then I figured I’d settle into a routine in my studio. Many of my friends were switching into overdrive, devoting uninterrupted hours to making art, and…

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