In the fog of half-sleep in traffic on the commuter bus this morning, a question popped into my head that seemed to, at the same time, both stand alone in […]
This past Friday was the gallery opening at The Foundry Gallery in Washington, D.C. where one of my poems was displayed with a local artist’s encaustic painting. Many friends came to the […]
On this pensive, early spring evening… Excerpt from The Prophet by Kahlil Gibran, section on “reason and passion”: “Your reason and your passion are the rudder and the sails of your […]
My Suction Cup and Tentacle Problem …not something humans often have… I’ve been really struggling with suction cups and tentacles recently (not sure if you’ve noticed). I never learned how to […]
Working with clay is not always unicorns and rainbows as our class was reminded of this past week when the kiln malfunction and burned, fried, and exploded some of our […]
January Cold and looming darkness Lonely and silent dirt road Blinking radio towers, red and white Glowing winter. Barges silently pass, North and South — in and out, on the […]
This is quite a bit overdue, but I would be remiss if I failed to share about this adventure. One of my very dear friends is in grad school in […]
EmaBee Original Poem Inspires Local Artist – Poem and Painting Featured at Gallery in Washington, D.C.
Local Annapolis, Maryland Artist and Poet Featured in Foundry Gallery in Washington, D.C.
Young Annapolis Poet Inspires Local Artist – Gallery Opening April 10th, 2015
Who would have thought dead and rotting lotus flowers would be so fun to photograph, and be so, beautiful? (??!) beauty in death…and eventual rebirth? Hope? These are at the […]