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Dec 07 2014

Energy Meditations

I was drawn to walk up to where the river cuts into the west hills tonight.  Once I got to an area where the sound of the water was strong and burbling, I remembered a suggestion to hold my arms open to my sides.  I am standing at the rivers edge, where there is a stand of trees, listening to […]

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Jan 09 2010

The Word is Out and I’m IN (We’Moon Calendar!)

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A few months ago, I submitted several images for the publication of the 2011 edition of We’Moon calendar. I’ve just found out that two of my images will be featured in the datebook! . “Blooming Meditation” and “Aqua Bird Dream” have been some of my more popular sellers whenever I sell my prints or note-cards, […]

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Sep 15 2009

A Show of “Reverence & Reverie”

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I’ve just finished mounting a show of artworks with the artist Amy Livingstone.  The show is located at the Doll Gardner Gallery (within the West Hills Unitarian Universalist Fellowship). Here’s our blurb for the show: Synchronicity brought Robin Urton and Amy Livingstone together, leading to an awareness of a shared artistic vision rooted in reverence for […]

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Dec 09 2008

the fruits of solitude

I’ve been craving a bit of solitude lately.  Speaking of this need to a friend, she offered me her place for the weekend, while she was out of town.  After sharing houses for years, this small break was like heaven for me.  I decided to make it into my own little creative/spiritual retreat.  The focus […]

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Nov 02 2007

My Personal Altar

My process in the studio is a bit slow at the moment. I don’t feel like revealing what’s going on there now, because it’s still in a progressive state of constantly re-deciding what I’m doing there. One day I think it’s a good time to complete old projects, another day it’s a good time to […]

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Jul 23 2007

embracing the sacred (and my right to be hoaky)

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Looks like I’m on a 2 week schedule for posting these days, but I’m not into feeling guilty about it, since I’m a very busy gal. Besides, I get really annoyed by blogs that start out apologizing. The way I look at it, if you’ve got enough time to blog every day, you probably don’t […]

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