What has happened to folk art in the past two decades? Has its meaning changed as far as the general public concerned? What we consider to be folk art has definitely changed over time, and will continue to evolve as does our culture. 600 more words
Tags » Evolution
Do rocks collect saskatoons because they are focal points of life in the story of the land?
Or because they collect heat and rain?
It’s a question that goes to the deepest and most specific points of the land, as the mature saskatoon in the split rock above and the young one in the split rock below show. 144 more words
“The fossils that decorate our family tree are so scarce that there are still more scientists than specimens. The remarkable fact is that all of the physical evidence we have for human evolution can still be placed, with room to spare, inside a single coffin!” 10 more words
I come from a Walter Cronkite, Boston Globe, Sunday New York Times, New Yorker family. My parents were educators. Current events were daily discussions. There was a world map on the wall by the kitchen table so my sibs and I would learn not only what was happening in the world, but where it was happening. 417 more words