Thursday, March 12, 2009

Flight

Recently I received a wonderful box in the mail from Healing Environments full of postcards featuring a detail of my collage, Flight (pictured here). This card was part of a postcard gift packet distributed to their audience. In addition, work from my series Mapping the Body is going to be in their next publication. I am truly honored to have my work included. Healing Environments is an extraordinary organization whose tag line is “together we will comfort the suffering,” and you could learn more about them by clicking here to read an interview with co-directors Traci and Kate on artheals.org. They create both healing spaces with interior design and elegant books and publications, which they give away free of charge to their audience as tools for healing and inspiration. It is such a beautiful model of generosity. In response, I want to offer something back as well. I invite you to leave a comment here on this blog post before March 26. Then I will randomly select three people to receive a set of 5 of these postcards.

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3 comments:

kaybee said...

I thought for a long time the little wings rested gently on a forehead...that they soothed... that the music was inside.... now I see it is not a nose but a neck. such a different evocation when the wings are on her back.

I had a hard time figuring out how to leave a comment.

frankenhut said...

I googled 'define flight' besides the broadest definition (an instance of traveling by air) my favorite definition is:

Passing above and beyond ordinary bounds.

I was also interested to learn that a flight is a single generation of butterflies.

Thank you for sharing, Danny.

Carmen said...

Very cool.