HOST A WORKSHOP
March 17, 2019
By Beth Adoette
(Hidden somewhere in Rhode Island)
There are two art forms that have occupied my mind over the past few years . . . land art and nature mandalas.
Land art, the practice of juxtaposing or changing naturally existing elements in an interesting or unexpected way, invites th...
December 23, 2018
(paperwhite narcissus, white pine needles)
It seems appropriate that I drove back from a week in Pennsylvania, my father's funeral, and our last goodbye, on the longest night of the year. The winter solstice. The night that marks the turning from dark to light.
December 2, 2018
Places. Places hold stories. I find it fascinating that we often do or say things, on a what appears to be a whim, but turn out to reveal incredibly . . .
January 21, 2018
'No one owns the circle..." Poem by Beth Adoette
June 9, 2019
Meditating With Nature... Finding A Path With The Collective Breath
April 6, 2017
Standing in The Burn Pile
January 30, 2020
Gifts for Now or Later...
December 22, 2019
Finding What You Are Looking For
November 23, 2019
2020 Calendar . . . Order of Pick Up!
September 8, 2019
Hidden Art and The Joy of Relationship
Acknowledging The Longest Night
Taking My Stories on a Walk
Allow Me To Introduce MySELF
November 29, 2018
There is a Purple Aster Growing in The Burn Pile. (Giving a Voice to Trauma)
October 8, 2018
Four Elements: Air
Good Morning Circle
The Collective Breath