Punkadoodle Studios

think beyond the canvas

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July 25, 2014
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Eco-Art Adventures: Summer 2014

With summer in full-swing an Eco-Art Adventure was a perfect compliment and escape to the mid-week Boston bustle and heat. I gladly answered the call to get out on the water and create. It was a perfect combination partnering with … Continue reading

Cape Neddick Snail Trails

June 30, 2014
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Snail Trails

Do you have the patience to watch and observe a periwinkle leave its trail in the sand? They move in-between tides, cluster together in communities and create abstract designs that are walked on and washed away. But have you actually … Continue reading

Karamea, NZ

March 16, 2014
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new year, new zealand & new creative contemplations

2014 arrived as I danced barefoot on a grassy field at the edge of the Tasman Sea, stars shining bright and the bonfire even brighter. Warmth penetrated my soul from generous people, the sound waves of ambient music and the … Continue reading

September 12, 2013
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The Final Frontier : Last Traces of WMNF Artist in Residence

Listen, listen. “Sometimes it’s so hard to listen in the city” What was I listening for? My last week in the woods I spent listening.  Listening with my heart, listening with my eyes and finally with my ears. I didn’t … Continue reading

August 13, 2013
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A Virgin to the Forest: Residency Beginnings

I’m predicting I may be able to update this blog about every 3-4 days while I’m ‘in residence’. At Meade Base, where I am staying, there is no phone service beyond text messaging, no internet, but two very friendly men … Continue reading

February 20, 2012
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Ice… winter’s art material

Last weekend there was a small flurry of excitement about winter as the ice sculptures arrived despite the warmish temperatures. Local shops sponsored an ice sculpture to promote business, local culture and to celebrate the season! There were frogs with … Continue reading

November 9, 2011
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Just one word….

Karen Ristuben artist/educator presents her lecture/performance “Just, one word…” at NOAA’s Gloucester headquarters, 55 Great Republic Way (Blackburn Industrial Park) on Tuesday, November 15 (America Recycles Day), at 7 pm. “Addressing the issue of marine plastic pollution from an artist/educator’s … Continue reading