Tag Archives: Nature

The Intersection of Craft and Stewardship

GrandMarais_1

By Anna Hoeschen. It’s September in Minnesota as I’m writing this, and we’re all hoping summer will make like Midwesterners at a party and show off its knack for drawn-out goodbyes. However, that’s just not the case in Grand Marais. … Continue reading

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Noticed: Ysabel LeMay’s Gardens of Eden

"Stillness"

By Natalie Powell. Ysabel LeMay’s works seem like pages torn from a grown-up fairy tale, in which the protagonist is the viewer, journeying through LeMay’s still-life reconstructions of nature. One of LeMay’s foremost inspirations is the Garden of Eden, and … Continue reading

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Profile: Deirdre Hawthorne

Riverbed

By Regina Connell and Anna Hoeschen. There are a great many pretty objects in this world. Some of them may even be beautiful or interesting, or may make you laugh or cry. But it’s rare to find an object that … Continue reading

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