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About The Gihon River Collective's travelling journal

Artists Group called 'The Gihon River Collective'.

On the road again

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After a long a long hiatus the travelling journal is on the road again. It has spent a long time with Sierra Nelson who has done wonderful creative things to it. For her journal page she has added some poetry-fortune … Continue reading

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The journal stopped by Duluth, Minnesota for some new art, and is now on its way to Seattle.

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Hoarding Journals

So this journal and I have become quite close… considering that I have unintentionally keeping it for way beyond any amount of time that one should keep a “traveling” journal. I have not ruined its name though! For it is … Continue reading

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Floating Cards

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finding its way back

as i write this, the travelling jounral sits next to me on the banks of the gihon river. when mark handed this over to me in baltimore, i had no idea that i would find myself here again, suffering in … Continue reading

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As soon as spring began my fairly clean apartment started having a mouse problem. The cats would very considerately leave them in obvious places for us to find. Everyday became an adventure. Mornings of mice by the kitchen table or … Continue reading

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Wow! Today was the longest craziest work day of my entire adult life. To Make matters worse spring has decided against coming despite the supposed seasonal change. In fact we have a looming threat of snow. So I was was … Continue reading

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Saint Petersburg, Florida USA

These days I have been sewing a lot. I make hats as a cathartic release from art, from life, from thinking too much. They are fun and silly and leave traces of feather and glitter and shiny things all over … Continue reading

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An invisible Veil…from Pakistan

During my stay at VSC, I explored paper as medium for an installation. This work is an extension of the image above I did in Vermont and I derived the same image using Arabic Alphabets depicting the Muslim world. I … Continue reading

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Celebrating the birth of a great poet from Edinburgh

14th November 2010 marked the centenary of the Scottish poet Norman MacCaig. I wanted to create a piece in the journal celebrating his life and work. I had taken his poem Harris, East side (1962) as a source of inspiration … Continue reading

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