Camino Colloquy is in the shape of the Milky Way because the name of Compostela comes from the Latin Campus stellae which means field of stars which is a link to the other name of the Camino de Santiago which is the Milky Way. The reason for this is because when walking el Camino de Santiago at night you can see our galaxy the Milky Way directly over you.
The rocks I collected and felted along The Way represent my journey and renewed spirit as I learn to trust my intuition to guide me. I like how the light plays with this piece - creating shadows and darkness within the light.
Camino Colloquy is currently on display at First Congregational Church in Boulder at 1128 Pine Street.
In celebration of International Women's Day, Cedar Art Studios is hosting its annual community event, Thrones. Over 20 tiny thrones created by female artists will be auctioned and the proceeds will benefit the local emerging non-profit, Period Pals Project.
The thrones symbolize a safe space for empowerment and the event is a global celebration and call for gender equality.
March 2nd, 6-9pm
Cedar Art Studios
1740 Cedar Ave, Boulder, CO 80304
My 2018 throne is Phoenix Rising, a beloved place for rejuvenation and rebirth from the ashes of the past. This mythical, long-lived bird is radiant and shimmering in it's metallic copper finish, beetle kill wooden ashes and open wings for scanning the landscape and distant horizons. It is a safe and inviting space for envisioning, gathering sensory information about our world and the events unfolding within it.