Ruth Halbert: looking, thinking, making
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  • sunnation:

    Ruth Laskey - Twill Series (Jet Black) , hand-dyed and hand-woven linen. 2009

    (Source: ruthlaskey.com, via sicita)

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  • arsvitaest:

    Leonora Carrington, The Fig Mother, 1974, color monoprint with pastel

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  • "Take long walks in stormy weather or through deep snows in the fields and woods, if you would keep your spirits up. Deal with brute nature. Be cold and hungry and weary."
    Henry David Thoreau  (via awelltraveledwoman)

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  • cinoh:

    Sheila Hicks’ Quarry Spider (2003)

    (via tendegreeshotter)

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  • The Fear of Burial

    mythologyofblue:

    In the empty field, in the morning,
    the body waits to be claimed.
    The spirit sits beside it, on a small rock —
    nothing comes to give it form again.

    Think of the body’s loneliness
    At night pacing the sheared field,
    its shadow buckled tightly around.
    Such a long journey.

    -Louise Glück, excerpt from “The Garden”

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  • "The process of discovering your fearless self is of refinement, not adding. The best way to reconnect with your freedom is to look at the rules you have that govern your freedom."
    Steve Maraboli (via observando)
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  • thirdorgan:

    José Maria de Servin (Mexican, 1917-1983), Untitled, c.1950

    (via lshefler)

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  • indigodreams"Chimeira", Sigrid Rodli

    (Source: iseo58, via the-textile-blog)

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