Two Men Enter; One Man Leaves/Testify

It’s raining at the writing studio and today’s Monday was a real Monday. For a moment, I thought we were all going to descend into a post-apocalyptic thunderdome and, honestly, I didn’t have the will to stop it. But thankfully, a very good friend and fellow artist-mom was there to save me. We had a beautifully…

Review of Lewis Hyde’s “The Gift”

Hello! This is Terry Craig. I’m taking a break from the art studio to talk about a book that has been on my mind these past few weeks: Lewis Hyde’s The Gift. It has been referenced in many books on the business of art that I have been reading, but it’s ideas are unique and worth discussion…

Back in the Pottery Studio

There are many changes happening in my life:  in May, semi-retirement from Glynn Visual Arts Pottery Studio Director.  I am still teaching adults and kids at GVA and loving that!  I am also starting my 4th year teaching at College of Coastal Georgia—Intro to Ceramics and Intermediate Ceramics.  Love teaching there, too! I am also…

Ultimate Writing Playlist Challenge: Week 1

Well I’ve completed the 1st week of my Ultimate Writing Playlist Challenge. In keeping with the soundtracks I have already ruled out in the previous post, I decided to give my favorite movie a try, Last of the Mohicans. It’s an amazing movie filled with epic battles, soldiers, romance, adventure, and Native Americans, that is…

Hello from the Writing Studio!

It’s been awhile, but the Craig Art House Writing Studio is up an running! I’m currently looking out at the lake and trees and wildflowers, feeling blessed and excited that I have the opportunity to write in a place like this. Of course that also creates a bit of pressure to write something worthy of…

On the road again…

After just coming off some great success at the 2016 Jekyll Island Festival Exhibit with a 1st place and a 3rd place in the People category, I am getting ready for a weekend trip to Watkinsville, Georgia, for another exhibit.  Beginning Friday, April 1, 2016, from 6 to 9 PM, the Oconee Cultural Arts Foundation…