Punkadoodle Studios

think beyond the canvas

IMG_6180

November 10, 2015
by kybro
0 comments

Writings from the Studio…

Looking at an upside down nautical chart of Cape Ann I notice topographical lines shaped in oblong ovals, blue shades hugging the coast and various numbers tracking the depth of the harbor and edges of the Atlantic Ocean. The lines on the … Continue reading

Beetle Borer Inspired Prints

April 9, 2015
by kybro
0 comments

Caldera : Final Entry

I awoke in the dark, head filled with dreams of A-frame cabins becoming mansions and missing my mission for the morning, watching the sunrise! Warming up some tea, donning my head torch and fleece I trudge across camp to the … Continue reading

Discovery!

April 2, 2015
by kybro
0 comments

A week…and an artistic discovery

I arrived a week ago today. It takes about this long to mentally ‘settle’ in. To take in ones surroundings, the new environment, the new people and new daily habits. My mind has begun to let go of what was … Continue reading

image

March 27, 2015
by kybro
0 comments

Into the Land: Exploring Place

Snow is falling today! Blustery and wet outside, yet big flakes driving past my little cabin make the forest appear slightly opaque, moving in a different way through each torrent of snow to get a glimpse of what is beyond. … Continue reading

Blue Lake- Rim Trail

March 25, 2015
by kybro
0 comments

Feeling in Place

I feel so enlivened. I just laid on the dock staring at the windows in the sky, the tiny holes poked in the blackness to let the light in, but only enough to stare at it in wonder, to yearn … Continue reading

Cape Neddick Snail Trails

June 30, 2014
by kybro
0 comments

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
by kybro
0 comments

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
by kybro
0 comments

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

November 1, 2011
by kybro
0 comments

Nature Journaling Curriculum

This Nature Journaling Curriculum developed by John Muir Laws, an accomplished naturalist, artist and educator in California and his colleague Emily Brueunig. It is free to download for your educational use! http://www.johnmuirlaws.com/cnps-curriculum Nature journaling deepens the level of engagement with … Continue reading