A new shingle was finally hung today. My family's law practice has a new location after 38 years! Can you believe, because I can't. But I am very excited to bring about a new identity for their business. Plus…
Last night I finally picked up my mom's copy of The Hairston's and started reading it again for the first time in at least a dozen or more years. This is my second local history narrative and I find it…
I posted this picture on Instagram yesterday after realizing that I should have reminded Lucy of these tips I have tried to teach her over the past year. Here are a few calming techniques your child (and you) can do…
In Gray Matter, I asked 'whose God is too small?' concerning all the loved ones I had lost to cancer. That question led me to speaking out against coal ash and fracking in Stokes County, NC.
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.