Then I remembered this and suddenly everything seems all right.
Full moon kind of week that ended with hailstones, thunder and lightning.
I will be installing this piece, and many more for my show with Jacob Magraw-Mickelson at Seattle Pacific University this weekend.
These were the sketches I sent in to the times for the science / sexual assault op-ed. If you click on the images there is a descrption of my thinking behind each one.
It was painful to read how the writer truly loved studying rocks “like a newborn baby” but found that the experience she had changed her in ways that caused her to turn away from her calling.
Ultimately I think these discussions should be about predatory men and why they do these things. Really, why? Why is that these roles are never reversed? Why is it that car jackers get more prison time than someone who rapes a woman or a child(or both)? However, if articles like this are whats needed to stop predatory men and end this horrible cycle of violence, then I’m glad these stories are told.
This happened on Saturday. Big thanks to Matt Dorfman at the #NYTimes and Ms. Jahren for writing such a brave piece. #NYT #oped