Search

Gwen Tuinman

NOVELIST

Tag

inspiration

Walking the Forest with Whitman

 

I recently pushed away from my desk in favour of a walk in the forest with Whitman. The deadline to finish my novel looms, but a part of me called out the restorative time in nature. The October air was cool against my cheek that day and the earthy smell of fallen leaves ever present. The sumacs had turned blood red and the poplar leaves became shimmering coins against the sky.

Continue reading “Walking the Forest with Whitman”

Frida Kahlo: Part 2

nickolas-murray-frida-kahlo-2079041643

In Frida Kahlo: Part I, I set out to build a picture of her life before her artistic success. I wondered how nature and nurture worked together to form this determined artist. Her first years were undoubtedly tumultuous, coping with her mother’s of affection, her sisters being sent away, and the affects of polio in her right leg. Continue reading “Frida Kahlo: Part 2”

Curating Wonder — A Kiss Before You Go

A Kiss Before You Leave 1 Continue reading “Curating Wonder — A Kiss Before You Go”

Website Powered by WordPress.com.

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: