Finding "Sacred" in Surprising Places: / by zora neuhold-huber

2017 is here! And what a doozy! Personally, I'm just trying to keep chipping away at the scary-ish little steps I've promised myself that I would take by  hanging my art (and butt) out there in the world.

2016 was as cathartic for me as it was chaotic for the world. My creative process played a starring role in my continued miraculous health improvement. Seems I was born with the wiring and drive to make "things"....and that's exactly what I've done all my life. But at 54 years of age I'm once again letting myself experience the creative process as very worthy, even sacred, and just trying to let the "magic" happen IN me. Holding hope that this is my best chance of making a positive difference in this world as it goes through the most intense times I've ever witnessed. 

So onward I go, preparing for another pop-up shop at West Elm Palo Alto, (date TB). Until then, I'd love to answer any questions you have about my work and invite you to stop by my online shop.  Still trying to figure out display, description and pricing. So if you have any feedback on that, I'd love to hear it.

Thank you my friends,

Zora

Here's an example of the textiles I've been showing at West Elm Stores. The repeat pattern on this table cloth is created using a mirroring layout of the single image on this tag, it's from my Wabi Sabi photo collection. Oh how fun it is to make art for my tabletop, using images of ordinary things that I find terribly beautiful...like shaved sidewalk concrete!

Here's an example of the textiles I've been showing at West Elm Stores. The repeat pattern on this table cloth is created using a mirroring layout of the single image on this tag, it's from my Wabi Sabi photo collection. Oh how fun it is to make art for my tabletop, using images of ordinary things that I find terribly beautiful...like shaved sidewalk concrete!