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Thoma Ewen is a tapestry artist in Outaouais, Quebec, Canada. She runs the Moon Rain Centre for Textile Arts in the Outaouais.
She has exhibited her visually radiant tapestries nationally and internationally for more than 35 years, and her works appear in corporate, provate and public collections.
Inspired by the natural environment of the Gatineau Hills that surround the Centre, and by the ancient Amerindian weaving wisdom that recognizes weaving to be a sacred path, Thoma's workshops teach how weaving transmits the energy of peace.
Thoma was recently wawared Le Grand Prix d'Excellence IVem Jeux de la Francophonie for her contributions to the cultureal community.
Her website is http://moonrain.ca and http://moonraincentre.blogspot.ca
Krystyna Sadej is mostly known as a tapestry artist, and this woven medium has greatly influenced her mixed-media art. These texture-rich works reflect her own unique philosophy. “The best thing you can do as an artist, is to allow yourself looseness of expression. Run away from conventional forms and landscapes by creating new relationships with traditional technique, color and media.” Originally from Poland, she has exhibited her works internationally over the last 30 years
Friday we mix and match by catching up with Deb Schaffer of Chatter Yak, my honest thoughts on the GAC, Product review of the PS Vita and some more thoughts about our record breaking show, "Emma" Show note: Our Show with Patrick Basler will air Wed March 6th at 12 noon EST
THE WIERD CIRCLE - 1943 / 1945
The Weird Circle was a syndicated series produced in New York and licensed by Mutual, and later, NBC's Red network (Digital Deli Too). For two seasons, it cranked out 39 shows (78 total) consisting mostly of radio adaptations of classic horror stories.
EPISODE-1: "THE TAPESTRY HORSE"
RUN TIME: 25:00
EPISODE-2: "THE RIVER MAN"
RUN TIME: 25:00
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Ixchel Suárez is a tapestry artist in Toronto.
Tapestry is a traditional medium that after 30 years of experience has drawn me to explore the vision of applying it into different ways. My formal training of Design, Photography and Textiles in Mexico,my country of origin, gave me firm basis to understand the traditional structures of fibre and weaving. The influence I experienced while being introduced to the Eastern European Polish textile art and now my immersion into a diverse culture such as Canada has widened my spectrum of possibilities to explore with non-conventional materials. My knowledge in photography has been a very important support and tool for creating my textile art. Through the lens I capture images of nature such as textures, reflections, surfaces. These images are then transformed into fibre language with natural and synthetic fibres. Once the images are interpreted through a textile form, they become my second skin. Nature and texture as my great inspiration; Weaving as a metaphor of fertility, connection, tissue, skin. All as a fractal of nature...they all connect us all into this ever-changing world.
One path is self absorption. Another option followed by a sliver of mankind is a departure. The masonic opportunity of fraternity is a tapestry incomplete.
Whether you find yourself in our secular environment, or a more strident religious/ theocractic atmosphere, the presence of the masonic estate, there are such a continuum of meaning, diversification produced by assumptions and drift.
For a moment, set aside your preconceptions and join me to look at the order broadly and personally.
Use of the internet has generated new words that have sifted into everyday conversation. Similarly, I wonder if masonry grows organically or what technology now calls viral or what observers call a social phenomena. Or is that a distorted picture of a philosophy with a cadre of men wondering if their sense of the order is superficial.
How would we know if we achieved a philosophical rightness? If we achieved that end, what of our preoccupation with management ?
Regardless of structure, regardless of leadership, the core beliefs of freemasonry are deeply rooted the fabric of meaning, the thought of oracles, the nature of mankind.
Join Natalie Redding and Kimberly McAlindin for a night of learning with Lynda Pete, 5th generation Navajo weaver and teacher. Lynda teaches across the US with her sister, Barbara. She will tell us about her tapestries and the importance to her family and the Navajo Nation. Lynda and Barbara are the only two true Navajo's that teach Navajo weaving... please visit us Thursday night, 6:00 pm pacific for Lyndas take on weaving, teaching and life. Also, please visit www.nava
Are you constantly adding the word BUT to the end of your sentences? Do you know that using the word BUT can have a negative effect on how your day goes?
Tune in as Jane Carroll and Rebbekah White talk about how to change your outlook simply by placing the word BUT in another place in your thoughts.
Alabama author Jane Carroll gives a face, a wardrobe, and a flare to inspirational humor. Her writing weaves a rich tapestry of humor, inspiration, insight, southern roots, and friendship; perfect for readers in the empty nest period of life. An advocate for life beyond 40, Jane’s words encourage, empower and motivate others who have seen trials and hardships. Readers pour over her words on her blog and in her book. They email and message her how a paragraph or sentence helped them through a difficult time, how her humor sparked a ray of hope and the will to go on, and how they found inspiration and healing. Visit Jane's website today at: http://janecarrollauthor.com/
Moving from the cotton fields in Texas to the embassies of Paris and Tokyo, Bettye Johnson has a woven tapestry of experiences. Born in 1929, she hasexperienced the Great Depression along with an environment of bigotry, prejudice and with her many moves became a free thinker. Employed in the ForeignService of the U.S. State Department as a code clerk encoding and decoding highly classified documents, she worked in the Paris embassy and later the embassyin Tokyo. Johnson received a fascinating non-academic education from these two tours of duty. She left the Foreign Service to further her experiences bybecoming the wife of a career military man, mother of three sons, a government employee, Federal Women’s Program Coordinator for a government district office, program director of a holistic health center, minister of Divine Science, and now an author. Bettye Johnson is the award-winning author of Secrets of the Magdalene Scrolls, an Independent Publishers Book Award Winner 2006 and Mary Magdalene, Her Legacy, an Independent Publishers Book Award Winner 2008. Johnson's latest book is a memoir of her three years in Paris and titled An Uncommon Education: A Memoir. Her other books are A Christmas Awakening, Awakening the Genie Within and What the Blank Do We Know About the Bible. Her book Secrets of the Magdalene Scrolls has been translated into Italian and it will soon be published in Spanish. Bettye is a popular speaker and conducts workshops on various topics. Her websites are http://www.magdalenescrolls.com and http://bettyejohnson.com. She is also on Facebook.
Today, we'll take another two hours to go deeper into the Boston Marathon and try to unravel the various threads that have created a dark tapestry of doubt, confusion, anger and incredulousness throughout the alternative research and truth communities.
We'll look at how the even is shaping mass consciousness and where this might all be headed.
Please jpin us as we sift through the physical and psychic debris in the aftermath of this tragic event.
VividLife Radio’s Genevieve Kohn welcomes successful Journalist and Author Deshon Fox, to discuss Parenting with The Middle Theory
Inspired by an inexplicable experience he had in college, Deshon began writing The Middle Theory a few days after the tragic loss of his mother to cancer. There is a place of balance, a place of peace and happiness in all things, he writes in the book’s introduction. Principles that are at once spiritual and scientific are weaved throughout The Middle Theory, providing a tapestry of insights for attaining a state of balance in every field of human endeavor a state Deshon defines as, the ideal condition given a defined set of influences. The Middle Theory focuses on three questions that the author believes are at the heart of our pursuit of happiness and meaning
Deshon Fox is an engineering scientist with a bachelors degree from Florida International University and a masters degree from the University of Minnesota. He is also a columnist and an experienced inspirational speaker. A proud father of three young children, he lives in the Bahamas with his wife.
Welcome to "Community with Marie Lazzara."
On this show, Marie interviews people from the business and nonprofit sectors as well as others who involve themselves in unique contributions to their communities.
Join Marie as she interviews Laurie Olbrisch, chief operating officer of Rainbows, an Itasca-based nonprofit organization that gives children and teens the guidance to grieve and grow after loss.
Since 1983, Rainbows has helped more than 2.6 million children in the wake of their personal or community tragedies. The goals include helping children to develop and strengthen coping skills, learn appropriate behavior and anger management, alleviate depression, and reduce emotional pain and suffering.
Marie will also interview Susan Brauer, local author and president of Dreamers Tapestry, her own publishing company. Brauer, who is passionate about helping women to be self-confident in their lives so they can follow their dreams, will promote her upcoming book “Podium Panic: Fear Fighters & Tips For Effective Presentation.” It is a women's handbook and reference for presentation skills and the fear of public speaking.
For information about Rainbows, visit www.rainbows.org
For information about Susan Brauer, visit www.dreamerstapestry.com.
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