Typing my way back to nature
Very nice, I have never seen (or heard of!) ice madalas before. I'm always energized by creative expression, thanks for sharing yours and James."
Wow...very unique creations!!
I've been following the ice mandalas on G+, and I think they're wonderful! Maybe next year you guys can do timelapses of the mandalas melting - shades of Greenaway's "A Zed and Two Noughts".Very glad to hear you're having a fulfilling time of life (:
What an interesting art form -- and then it comes apart, like a sand mandala. Your music is lovely and very appropriate.
A very nice update, Cam. The mandalas are simply beautiful and the music is always amazing. 'New phase of your life'? What a wonderful term! What genius coined that? Also, I wait in eager anticipation on the unveiling of your TWO new typewriters. How exciting!
Those are great experiments. I am terrible about holding on to things. Impermanence can be beautiful.
wow! amazing! love it! :)
My brother "Architect" makes ice lanterns - am definitely going to send him this post of yours -- he'll enjoy it and see all sorts of possibilities I am sure.
Very interesting. I have never heard of no seen ice mandelas before. They are quite beautiful. Nice to hear you are keeping busy with your music.The Underwood really has a nice clear type face.
Cool stuff that James has been doing! I love how you two support each other in your creativity. I've been missing SF lately. I think winter has a lot to do with that.
I have never heard of ice mandelas before - they look intriguing against the winter white.