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untitled poem by Racheli Glasser, Proud Moma of Four
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photography by Peter Slater
Please offer a warm welcome in the comments or by reaching out to this talented, mindful artist – directly.
This month, I am honored to introduce to the Reframed world, the wise-angled point of view of Peter Slater. Peter is self-described as “retired” from the world of Sports and Leisure Management, living latterly across the pond from my US digs, in Newcastle upon Tyne. The “retired” in quotes, as he appears to be in the middle of a budding artistic career. Photography has been his means to express his interests in the natural world, particularly birds. He also has a keen interest in music and art.
I am grateful to learn of his refreshing and soulful perspective via the Instragram-Community. He is located via @pasjest510.
While you’re there, send me a hello at my budding platforms @jesshonig and @reframeyourartistry, and share your work via #reframeyourartistry to continue growth of a budding mindful artists’ movement capturing moments of compassion for self, other, and the planet.
Please join me in congratulating Patrick Sullivan, a multi-talented woodcarver, baker, and fine artists – and all around kind hearted human. Above is his latest meditation on the details. Says the work took about an hour of contemplation to complete.
Please check out this talented, mindful artist – Mollie Allen, featured February 7-28, 2019 at Chester County Art Association. An artist’s Q &A takes place Thursday, February 21st at 6pm. Mollie is a primary muse for the book, Reframe Your Artistry, and an inspiration to me as both human and artist. This featured piece is aptly titled, “Pause.”
“Reassembled Butterfly,” by Laura Martin. Laura is a social worker and artist in the Philadelphia area. It is a pleasure to witness her commitment to social justice and growth for self and other. In this piece, Laura reassembled scraps of paper toward a beautiful new whole.