Looking back to last summer as I take a coal ash idea with me to DC this week. #playin4climate A photo posted by Caroline Armijo, Artist (@carolinerarmijo) on Jul 10, 2016 at 1:10pm PDT Last summer as I was pondering…
Today we returned to Raleigh in response to DEQ's release of the classifications of the coal ash basins around North Carolina. While on the surface, the intermediate classification seems like a victory. However, the classifications include two loopholes in both…
The following is my testimony from the United States Commission on Civil Rights Public Meeting, Examining Health and Environmental Issues Related to Coal Ash Disposal In N.C. on Thursday, April 7th, 2016. This was easily the pinnacle moment of our…
I combine formed paper, found materials, and written biographical stories to create sculptural books, which focus on my family, personal history, and spirituality.
Okay, I love alliteration. I write a lot. Every day. Way more than I create art. My writing informs my work and is an integral part of my final pieces of my sculptural books.
I believe play is important work. That also means fighting for a clean environment. I speak up for playgrounds (very fun) and against coal ash (not so fun).
Thank you for sharing your wonderful work with Nelson and me. Your books tell such powerful stories! I am enriched a thousand, thousand fold.
Caroline can bring sacred ideas to life in her beautiful artistic expressions. As a pastor, my collaboration with Caroline deepened my congregation’s communal experience of worship and her art continues to inspire and deepen my own spiritual practice.