“If the house of the world is dark, Love will find a way to create windows.” – Rumi It seems as if life went on hold those past few weeks – for everyone. We all in this together, in the same boat, with life at a standstill, reduced to the confinement of home. This virus is such an equalizer, making us all re-evaluate our shared humanity, our fragility, and our priorities. Isolation and confinement offered me the gift of time at home with my family, and in the studio with my work. I had almost forgotten how precious...
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