The book begins with a quote from Lao Tzu
Doors and windows are cut
. . . and ends with a question
ask: what does it mean to host a pilgrim soul?
At an installation sixteen bowls with embedded words and fragments of poetry invite reflection on the qualities of hospitality. The hand-made paper vessels are as light as hummingbirds, but surprisingly durable and strong.
Michael made a brief video with his I-phone.
Paulette Myers Rich wrote a beautiful response to my work “On Hospitality”on her blog “Object Subject Matters.” Paulette’s blog focuses on “individuals who make their work by hand and where the material is essential to and a part of the content.” I feel so very honored to be included.