Week 4

8×8 pt. 1 Acrylic, ink, paper on canvas. Accompanying and illustrating Week 3, “The authors’ presence made me think of art’s ability to pull times and peoples and thoughts together into a single work of art, into a single point on a map, to remind us that we are all traveling and navigating and making…

Read More

Week 3

Chapter 2: Imagination Navigation and Internal Mapping As a child, my house was full of maps (1), on the walls, tucked into folders, printed onto pillows, I would run my little fingers over them connecting place to place, but I always preferred to navigate by imagination. I would begin with the empty space just behind…

Read More

Week 2

3×3 pt. 1 Paper, gouache, acrylic on canvas Accompanying and illustrating Week 1, “Inside this page, I don’t find a void, instead, I discover paths never traveled before.” Read more here.

Read More

Week 1

Chapter 1: Blank Pages, Cheese Graters, and Roads Not Traveled “A year seems like a lot of time now at this end—it isn’t.” Audre Lorde “Letter to Pat Parker, December 6, 1985” (1) November 6, 2019: Faced with one year, 26 essays, and 26 paintings, I am 19 and I am daunted. Sitting in a…

Read More

Announcing a New Project: CognEYEzant:52

On Samhain, Día De Los Muertos, the celebration of ending, of death and remembering, the second year of CognEYEzant begins. This project, titled CognEYEzant:52, consists of weekly works alternating between essays and art. Each piece will explore the theme of human perception by correlating the sciences, humanities, visual arts, and global culture. The project will…

Read More

CognEYEzant:365 exhibit Guide

The week long exhibition is on display at Crooked Tree Arts Center–Traverse City and will run from Saturday, October 19 through Saturday, October 26.  “CognEYEzant: 365 Days of Eyes features selected works from Traverse City artist Nadia Daniels-Moehle’s CognEYEzant, a creative project in which the 19-year-old challenged herself to create and complete an artistic representation…

Read More