‘You cannot create results. You can only create conditions in which something might happen.’ ~ Anne Bogart
There’s a physical gracelessness to falling, but there’s also a spiritual grace associated with it.
I’m not sure at what age I reached before I realized I could not draw well. It’s sort of like when you are a kid and singing at the top […]
Nature has always been one of my closest friends. The relationship is based on a sacred sense of trust, companionship, understanding, unconditional love, respect, admiration, awe, and adventure. She’s been […]
There seems to be a trend lately in education here in the U.S. In the last few years or so, standardized testing has been placed as a high priority, and […]
Parenthood is a test of endurance. It can be both maddening and amazing at the same time. There can be a balance. Your art can still thrive as you wipe boogies and pull spaghetti from your hair.
Street lights, in a line
coaxing me to follow.
The blackboard of daytime activity
now empty with want—
summer heat its only companion,
kissing the air,
while clips of lightning
expose the night.
You Like an anchor dragged through the sea bed. A neat line that I can trace back Distance over distance, To the me I used to be Before […]
Born in Detroit, Michigan in 1948, Barbara Henning has lived in New York City since 1983 except for a year in Mysore, India and a few years in Tucson. […]
The concepts of discipline and experimentation are not always the most cordial when told they’ll be sharing the same room; one will no doubt insist on the top bunk while […]
Who would you be if you didn’t censor yourself so much? What would you say, or do, if you worried a little less about what other people thought? It’s […]
I struggle with the packing tape as I clumsily pull the taping gun across the top of the large cardboard box, sealing what is, hopefully, the last of many. I […]