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Dying in America
October 17, 2015
Death baffles us. It’s a curious quirk of American culture, that so much attention is lavished upon the beginning of life, and so little on the end. Instead, there is a whole set of ideas and mentalities and the industries that have sprung forth from these ideologies...


Moving More Beyond
April 30, 2016
A quixotic review of More Beyond, a group show curated by artist and collector Rebecca Reeves,
on display till May 7th at Brick + Mortar Gallery, in Easton, PA
More Beyond takes viewers to a psychological journey inward, exploring the worlds of life and loss, death and mourning.


The Longest Night

December 21, 2015

The shortest day and longest night of the year is a time of contemplation, during which we tend to turn inwards, and for some of us it is the time that thoughts of grief and loss can come to the forefront. Not surprisingly, this tendency has spurred a number of folk traditions around the northern hemisphere, the most widely known of which is Yule.




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