Monthly Archives: July 2013

HOLLAND SCULPTURE

I spent the last week at a New Horizons music camp in Holland, Mi and found it to be a delightful place full of all sorts of sculpture. Some were life like figures and others were abstract figures made of … Continue reading

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JUST FLOWERS

At this time of year our local metroparks provide an abundance of flowers which provide insight into the Creativity of our God. There is no end to the color and shapes and each is accompanied by similarly creative bees, bugs, … Continue reading

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“A Wiggle In Its Walk”

Wegerzyn Gardens in Dayton, OH is the home of “A Wiggle In Its Walk”, an interactive sculpture made of three and a half truckloads of willow saplings by artist Patrick Dougherty, one of over 200 similar installations by the artist around the … Continue reading

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WHO OWNS THE FUTURE ?: a book review

In his new book, Who Owns The Future, author Jason Lanier claims that the present structure of the world-wide web, the internet,  where information is free is leading to the loss of a middle class and will produce a stagnate … Continue reading

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