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I am a poet, visual artist (ceramic sculpture, drawing and painting) and editor. My art has become more and more surrealistic and in its way, Goddess oriented in philosophy (i.e., nurturing of the planet and each other plus honoring the spirits and symbols from the unconscious, metaphysics etc.) with a good dose of the Surreal. I focus on exploring feelings and body language many of us might otherwise miss. The art of relationships is a passion of mine, between us humans and the creatures around us, as well as with the Earth itself. I find art to be very healing, and it is this fact that really drives me. I also enjoy sharing art, poetry, social and political philosophy, and an interest in ecology and nutrition/health with others. I have thus created a progressive online magazine (Eos: The Creative Context) where like minded people can share their work.

  • "Crescent Beach"

    by Steve Arntsoncopyright 2008 Here is where you’ll figure it outWhere it’s safe enough and separate, too Almost a coveFrom Chapman Bluff to the stairs to Ecola’s lawns and picnics But be careful coming thereBe mindful of ankles the treachery… Read More ›

  • On Propaganda, Free News and the Art of Change

    by Bea Garth, copyright 2008 Just thought I’d put in my two cents today. Saw this brief report on PBS. Apparently there is a New York Times article that has revealed that the Bush administration has made a policy of… Read More ›

  • In the woods at night

    by Lara Gulartecopyright 2008 Shadows move inlight falls to the ground.Colors fill up the darknessclots of red, spasms of purple.My eyesight dims.Deer trail sinks into canyon. When night comes aliveit hums, it crawls.I can hear the deep dead turn,see roots… Read More ›

  • Erika and Claudia

    cloth sculpture assemblage by Joan Dobbie, copyright 2008

  • On Comparing Health Care Systems

    by Bea Garth, copyright 2008 I was just listening to Charlie Rose. He had T.R. Reid on who has written an important book about health care. He has examined health care systems in other developed countries and compared their systems… Read More ›

  • It Was The First Sunny Day

    By Joan Dobbie, copyright 2008 of the year, I waslying on my backon the picnic tabletalking to Beaon the phone.Above me, the skywas brilliant bluethe craggy old cherry treeblossoming pink& filling with birdsof all sizes & breeds.Below me the lush… Read More ›

  • Toltec

    (musings in the clay sculpture studio)By Bea Garth, copyright 2008 Today the clay under my fingers sangat long lastrighting the arms and shouldersof this Toltec like sculptureputting on ears and a bit more masson the back of his headseeing how… Read More ›

  • Gluten Free Carob Brownies

    recipe by Bea Garth, copyright 2008 (Note: Steve Arntson convinced me I should post some of my better gluten free baking experiments. I can vouch that this one is really excellent. This treat tastes sinfully rich but is wheat free etc.,… Read More ›

  • Third Beach

    by Steve Arntsonfirst posted on Tribe.netYgg’s Horse discussion groupFebruary 20, 2008 Dunes dunes and contradictionsDunes of the Third Beach dunes in the rainIt is raining on a “Lawrence of Arabia” setThe place is inexplicably flooded Dunes and ducks familiar ducks… Read More ›

  • House of Doors

    by Steve Arntsonfirst published in Ygg’s Horse on Tribe.netFeb. 17, 2008 Note: Steve says–“This is a piece written after my first visit to Burning Man in 1996 – it is about an installation that was created using only doors…” The… Read More ›

  • Our Mayan World

    By Graeme Jones, copyright 2008First Posted on Tribe.netJan. 17, 2008 This is to offer some thoughts on the current American situation in the light of my recent readings on the Mayan calendar. It is popularly thought that the Mayan calendar… Read More ›

  • Iapetus, interpreted

    Note: this topic was originally postedJanuary 13, 2008 – 5:47 PMby Steve Arntson on Well, it’s a planet – or rather a moon of Saturn’s – it’s also a name for the father of Prometheus, the bringer of light… Read More ›

  • Welcome to Eos: The Creative Context

    by Bea Garth,copyright 2008 Hi, This is the first of many posts by me your host and possibly you and other participants. This is a place to share your creative works whether poetic, artistic, social/political thought, metaphysical explorations or healing… Read More ›

Bea Garth's Dream-Like Art & Poetry

Negra With Tumbao

Life Beauty Culture

Reverse Ritual

Understanding Anthroposophy Through the Rhythms of the Year

Speaking of Witch Wands & Magickal Things

Written by Witches for Witches

Oregon WCA Artists

Oregon Women's Caucus for Art

Carol Foreman Brockfield

Poet in Medford, Oregon

Elusive Mummers

who get lost between sighs and restless nights.


Prose-fusion poetry dedicated to the Renaissance Revolution of the Phoenix Generation


Life as you don't expect it


Because life is too overrated to ignore


Arcilla y fuego

Una visión sobre el complejo y apasionante mundo de la cerámica

Palabra de bruja

Viviendo entre los mundos


The News That Matters about the Nuclear Industry Fukushima Chernobyl Mayak Three Mile Island Atomic Testing Radiation Isotope

Vision-, Faces- and Beastscapes: The Crazy Art of Erik Kaye

Watercolor artwork of a gifted, slightly deranged young suburban shaman in his 60s.


| Intuitive Painter

Eos: The Creative Context

art, poetry, fiction, social/political/metaphysical/health commentary

Writing Finger

Translations of Poetry from Galician and Spanish into English

J.D. Moyer

science fiction author

Cooking Without Limits

Food Photography & Recipes

Cucina Naturale

Simple organic whole food

The menopause histamine connection

Explaining the link between itching, hot flashes, hormones, and menopause.


Because PowerPC is still running in my MAC

TheCoevas official blog

Strumentisti di Parole/Musicians of words

Karen Bailey Studio

My art, designs and what inspires me


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