• Crow Project

    Rainbow Crow

    September 2013ā€“In researching all things crow for the 2nd ANNUAL COSHOCTON CROW HOMECOMINGĀ we came across a beautiful Lenape/Delaware Ā Indian myth about theĀ world when it was never cold and Crow was a rainbow colored bird with a beautiful singing voice. When snow & ice appear Crow agrees to make a journey to ask The Creator Who Creates By Thinking What Will Be to think the world warm again. The Creator Who Creates By Thinking What Will BeĀ could not un-think snow & ice so he thinks fire, lights a torch off the sun andĀ gives it to Rainbow Crow. Over the long flight back to earth Rainbow Crow is charred and turned forever…

  • Dogwood Festival,  Exhibits

    Building Home/Building Hope

    BUILDING HOME/BUILDING HOPE opens as part of Dogwood Festival 2013, Thursday May 2 from 5:30-7pm In partnership with Habitat for Humanity, the Pomerene Center for the Arts presents the work of local photographers.Ā Please join us for the opening party.Ā Local vintners share the fruits of their labor. And Kathy Thompson on the piano sweetens the atmosphere. The event is free and open to the public.Ā Opening the same nightĀ Ā LANDSCAPES Ā by Coshocton ex-pat Judith Speckman Russell bringing her art ā€œhome”.Ā see what else is going on during Dogwood Festival Words from home.”Photography has always been a part of my life. Through my mother’s influence I learned at a young age that, “If you didn’t…