Deb Brandon: Living in Radiant Color


I awoke shivering in the middle of the night—my cotton blanket wasn’t effective against the cold. I got up to fetch my comforter from the closet. I had to extricate it from under a pile of suitcases that had accumulated since last winter. After pondering the issue, I spread the comforter over the cotton blanket—I … Read more

Weaving My Dream Part II: Rebirth

The Berber tribes of North Africa regard weaving as a metaphor for the cycle of life. As the weaver warps the loom, she is giving birth to the textile. While the weaver advances row by row the textile progresses from birth, through childhood, adulthood, and old age. Finally, the textile dies when the weaver removes … Read more