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I felt trapped. But as I approached the first heavy thick door, I simply allowed my mind to believe that I could penetrate it. I had in that brief moment of approach to the barrier a meta-awareness” that my belief controlled my options – and as I allowed that thought to become a realization, my body went in-between the metal elements of the door, breaking itself up, but without losing my “self” as I emerged out the other side.
“SEEKING NYC Dancers, Choreographers, Percussionists, Body Painters, Photographers, Videographers, and advance & on-site Event Organizers for
CELEBRATION of LIFE!” – A “Be-In” & Video Documentary, September 11th, 2011. Continue reading
Judith Z. Miller of Sticks & Stones is delighted to announce that her handmade necklaces for men and women made from trees and stones are now available for purchase at HANDMADE, a winter artisan showcase project on Smith Street in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn New York.
HANDMADE gallery is located at 343 Smith Street Brooklyn NY 11231
The gallery will be open through mid January 2011.
Sticks & Stones artist Judith Z. Miller Showing at Brooklyn Holiday Fair – December 18 & 19 – Brooklyn NY
I’ve sequestered myself for the past several weeks, cutting branches, carving, sanding and creating some really cool necklaces made from trees and stones – they’re primal, very powerful. I’ve been walking around Brooklyn searching for broken tree branches, and it’ … Continue reading
Artist Judith Z. Miller is interviewed at the Business Expo, Jacob Javitz Center, NYC For those of you curious about who I am and what I do – here’s more information.