Foot-Bound Women’s Art

From HuffingtonPost. “We often underestimate how important handwork was in China’s pre-industrial economy,” she told HuffPost. “The intense pressure on women to work with their hands, to spin, weave, sew, and stitch cloth, bedding and textile products for their families and for sale has gone unrecognized.” …“It’s very rare to find people who notice the […]

Narcissists in Sheeps’ Clothing

I’m a huge fan of Richard Grannon from Spartan Life Coach.  I’ve thought quite a bit about narcissism and how it has played out in my life, but Richard is full of compelling insights.  And also quite nice looking. Anyway, I’ve come to see that the most harmless-appearing people, the ones who are so annoying […]

Kiss The Cook Apron

Well I’ve been on the road. I’ve been working on this Breaking Bad series.  I’ve been waiting until I could get them nicely photographed to post, but that’s turning out to be tricky.  So please forgive the weird pics.  I have a few pieces in progress, and some more ideas ready to roll.  But I […]