Monthly Archives: March 2015

Top 10 Japanese Stab Binding Tutorials on the Internet


Japanese Stab Bindings by Erinzam

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My newest body of work is all about water. And I have been working on this for several years; timely, as it turns out.

Megadrought Risk Growing For United States, Climate Models Show

Megadrought Risk Growing For United States, Climate Models Show

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Mountain Light

Mountain Light

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Some of my father’s work waiting to be catalogued

Waiting to be catalogued

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“When everything seems to be going against you, remember that the airplane takes off against the wind, not with it.” —Henry Ford

Against the wind

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What to do with artist’s work after death can be vexing


Marcy Pitts looks over artwork left by her longtime companion, Glen Whittaker.

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68/365 Cathedral Ceiling

I felt so close to God
 Cathedral Ceiling
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67/365 Sudbury Snow

My mother’s house was almost buried in the snow!!!
Sudbury Snow
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Mars lost ocean of water to space

Mars lost ocean of water to space

About 4 billion years ago, a primitive ocean on Mars held more water than Earth’s Arctic Ocean, say researchers, but Mars has lost 87 percent of it to space.

Martian Maritime

NASA scientists have determined that a primitive ocean on Mars held more water than Earth’s Arctic Ocean and that the Red Planet has lost 87 percent of that water to space. Image credit: NASA/GSFC

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66/365: Dog in a Bag

This little doggie was in the seat next to me in the airplane when I went to Massachusetts. Her owner paid for her passage. I had never seen a doggie riding in a bag. It was counted as Luggage.

Dog in a Bag


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The more we see the less we know.

Clearest pictures ever of free-falling snowflakes

Research suggests that our iconic view of snowflakes as “perfect” isn’t true.

Crystal clear

A new camera has taken the clearest pictures of snowflakes ever taken, showing that our iconic view of snowflakes as “perfect” isn’t true.

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65/365: Before Dawn

The colors and the snow…. it was below zero on March 6 before dawn.

Before Dawn


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64/365: incoming weather

It is hard to believe that warm storm coming in a month ago. I am a month behind on uploading and now there will be a storm of uploads.

Incoming weather

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63/365: Wire Sketch

A student sketching with wire in three dimensional gesture.

63:365 Wire Sketch

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“Everything you are comes from your choices.” —Jeff Bezos


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We can begin to see but true sight is far beyond empirical observation.

First photo of light as particle and wave

At last … a wavicle! Who thought we’d ever see a single photo of light’s dual nature as both a particle and a wave?


This image shows the dual nature of light – its property of being both a wave and a particle – a property known since 1905, but never before witnessed in this way by human eyes.

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62/365: Hair

My friend put my hair in three braids. It was the only picture today.

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At the car wash!!


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61/355: Wet Bark

It is rainy and snow just about gone. The world is brown and grey. Yet the subtleties of color in this bark stand out.
Wet Bark

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60/365: Finally Melting

It will be gone as fast as it came.

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Resist Dye at Penland

I am pleased to announce that I will be teaching a Resist Dye Class at Penland School of Crafts October 18-24 of this year. Details coming!


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