We Could All Learn a Thing or Two from Children’s Books

  Dear Girl. Not to sound sappy, but these eight letters will always have a special place in my heart. “Dear Girl” is a New York Time’s Bestseller children’s book written by Amy Krouse Rosenthal, her daughter Paris Rosenthal and illustrated by Holly Hatam. The honest beauty of this specific book (besides its adorable illustrations)Continue reading “We Could All Learn a Thing or Two from Children’s Books”

Artist Workshop: Mia Halton

I had the opportunity to attended Mia Halton’s, Mad as Hell exhibition and workshop, which was inspired by the recent METOO social movement. Upon my arrival into the workshop, Halton gave her guests a warm welcome as she invited everyone to make themselves comfortable in the exhibition space prior to the beginning of the workshop.Continue reading “Artist Workshop: Mia Halton”

He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not: An Examination on the Ambivalence of Romantic Love

(An excerpt from a previous essay) Perhaps love is not meant to be understood, but it is purely meant to be felt. As people come to experience this so-called love they attempt to explain the feeling through canvas art, dance, song, poetry, or essays. Yet, the true meaning of love seems to get lost inContinue reading “He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not: An Examination on the Ambivalence of Romantic Love”

Poetic Justice

Once again, Tumblr has robbed me of my sleep as I continued to scroll through countless hipster photographs and trendy smartphone wallpapers. Just before my mind could drift off into slumber, I was intrigued by one specific post that found its way to my phone screen. “insomniac. I’m convinced that heartache is a form ofContinue reading “Poetic Justice”