Monday, August 6, 2012

Farewell

Fare thee well my friends. After almost 4 years and some 700+ posts I am moving on from blogging/archiving/sharing/capturing...at least in this format here on ...pursuit of happiness. Which is not to say that the pursuit of the ecstatic experience does not continue. It does. Always. And forever.

Here are the places we can continue on, discovering together --- if you like:

Pinterest. Instagram (#lethacolleen). Goodreads. Flickr.

Also the shop is always open.

And if we aren't already personal pals on Facebook and you'd like to be, please send an invite my way with a message that says why we should be (that daily informed of one another's lives!)

Thanks for joining me here. Goodbye.


Monday, July 9, 2012

Friday, July 6, 2012

Thursday, July 5, 2012

A Quiet Post

I am an instrument in the shape/ of a woman trying to translate pulsations/ into images for the relief of the body/ and the reconstruction of the mind. ~Adrienne Rich

Untitled
[image by/belongs to Kirill Kuletski, via here]

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Clemens Behr

What I love here is the mindful breaking apart of surrunding forms/shapes and reforming in variations on a theme. Brilleant assesment and paralleling of/with context in Clemens Behr work. He's got a very large body of work to discover...but these two 2011 series 'Nova Brasil' & 'Morocco' are the resonate ones for me.

 [all work by/belongs to Clemens Behr, images via his Web site]

Monday, July 2, 2012

Monday Morning Movie

Happy Monday-

Friday, June 29, 2012

Friday Flickr Photo Collage [Purple & Peach]

Happy Friday- 

[image by/belong to, left to right top to bottom: 1) foxiedoxie7, 2) Carmelo Raineri, 3) oilfighter, 4) Shandi-lee Cox, 5) Gwytherinn]

Wednesday, June 27, 2012

A Quiet Post

What we see, we see. And seeing is changing. ~Adrienne Rich

lavender time  e3
[image by/belongs to Morningdew Photography, via here]

Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Amy Friend

First off this read (via Mint) about Amy Friend's creative process in developing her Daré alla Lucé series is well worth it. Openness to 'mistakes' = a wealth of artistic value waiting to be uncovered.

[all work by/belongs to Amy Friend, images via her Web site]