Category Archives: Walking

A Walk Around the Wetlands

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Investigation of Color and Form: Leaves and Flowers of Early Spring

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2 Wild Poems

SOMETIMESby David Whyte Sometimesif you move carefullythrough the forest,breathinglike the onesin the old stories,who could crossa shimmering bed of leaveswithout a sound,you come to a placewhose only taskis to trouble youwith tinybut frightening requests,conceived out of nowherebut in this placebeginning … Continue reading

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Experiencing Art in All Its Dimensions with All the Senses

Monarch Sculpture Park and Art Center Tenino, WA  

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Root, Stem, and Leaf: the Forest and the Beach

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