Inside each of our heads is an idea. In thoughts, we have the ability to see our intentions fully glorified. The idea is established here already or we wouldn’t be chasing the details and learning the actions to support it. But on the outside we appear to scramble. Establishing generally means hoop jumping, chasing loose [...] Continue Reading »
(from ashley) My newest series of paintings deals with creating infrastructure for sustainability. I’m interested in exploring the role that city planning and good design can have on the health of our social communities and ecosystems. This interest is born out of frustration as well as hope. I’ve just completed the first painting and thought [...] Continue Reading »
Virginia, Tennessee, and Kentucky are not considered to be very big states but they are very long. In the last couple days we managed to drive about 2000 miles within their borders. In Knoxville we stopped for some Tomato Head to-go and left it to chance who we would see in our few minutes on [...] Continue Reading »
(from Levon) I think I’m ready to say this. The album I have been recording for nearly two months now is going to be done tomorrow. It has the six songs I wrote in New York plus a couple little musical interludes just for fun. If you can make the shows in Bowling Green and [...] Continue Reading »
(from ashley) Written upon reading a comment on our “why there isn’t any room for hipsters” page. I continue to wrestle with my role as a human, particularly one situated in such a resourced society. As a living being, from eating to painting, I will consume. To be human and partake in culture requires consuming [...] Continue Reading »
In these difficult times the thrift store shopping has tightened up. People give less and more people find themselves in the hunt. Fortunately, our team of four hungry artists are equipped with needle and thread to make just about anything work. We even make quilts out of tourists’ forsaken beach towels. No, we don’t do [...] Continue Reading »
We had amazing neighbors in Knoxville and they had a stunning garden. Last winter we put in a window that overlooked it, but we moved before things came to full bloom. Luckily, they sent us some pictures.