As soon as we left Los Angeles, I promised myself to be more trustworthy with my intuition. I started to confidently make decisions without any hesitation simply because it felt right. Oddly enough, by loosening control over everything, it felt as though life became effortless. Everything for the trip began to take shape. Grant Puckett […]

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The jagged coastlines of the Pacific Northwest are a juxtaposition of strength and grace.  Peppered with tide pools, plant life, and rock formations, the environment is teeming with life, both above and below the surface. A close look into the nooks and crannies of the landscape reveals a hidden world of colors and textures.  To […]

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Nothing quite brings the environmental and ecological plight of coral reefs to the forefront like a 10-foot high, life-like sculpture. And that’s exactly Courtney Mattison’s point. Putting her interdisciplinary degree in marine ecology and ceramic sculpture to it’s best possible use, she hand-sculpts breathtakingly detailed, large-scale interpretations of coral reefs and the plants and animals that inhabit them […]

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Sculpture and photographer Andy Goldsworthy (British, b.1956) has spent the last several decades creating transitory, site-specific installations around the English and Scottish countryside. Using largely found materials, he builds his works on-site, allowing them to  form organically and intuitively. His works are intentionally temporary and he views the inherent decay as a part of the […]

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Photographer Peter Schweitzer shares this candid, intimate piece for Journeys No. 27. And then one day I saw you, I stopped and truly looked at you. That was enough, that is all it took, I had found home. I found that point of light to guide me back, a safe place to rest. For me, […]

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