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Meditation on Mourning

  • BULLET Exhibit Opens At University Of Dayton With Multiple Newtown Connections

    DAYTON, OHIO — Brian DeLuca, director of ArtStreet at the University of Dayton, has notified The Newtown Bee that on Tuesday, September 24, the first of the three-part “BULLET: Who Pulled the Trigger” exhibit opened with a Sandy Hook/Newtown perspective. The focus of this part is an installation by New York artist S.B. “Suzy” Woods, “Mediation on Mourning,” of eight prone female figures crafted from muslin, ash, marble dust, and polyurethane.

  • The Top of the Mountain

    Well-known gardener and author Sydney Eddison got a mention in the Thursday, September 12, Home section of The New York Times for a 1989 plant trade with home and interior designer Peter Wooster. Mr Wooster’s Roxbury gardens were the focus of the article, and in one of his gardens, apparently, are lilies from Ms Eddison’s garden. Her gardens received cuttings of Mr Wooster’s brugmansia in that long-ago exchange.

  • Gift To Newtown Foundation Will Travel To Ohio

    Meditation On Mourning

     

    in mourning sound moves without the body

    it is continuous and repetitive

    it follows what is lost and maintains what cannot be found

    its calling is of retrieval

    its silence; a surrender to the beloved lost.

     

    there is a spinning  a gravity  a veil