Category Archives: Beth’s Travels

Ocean Bound Talk

In support of the exhibit Ocean Bound I have prepared a talk about water, and put it to video. In addition, I have created a series of 16 notecards encapsulating the exhibit, called Ocean Bound in Miniature. Please enjoy: My … Continue reading

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Franklinia Today Part 2: Beth’s Travels on the Bartram Trail 61

Take a moment, take a breath, take 46 seconds to listen… * Beside a piece of Americana, outside of Clayton, GA, there’s this other amazing piece of Americana, but not the type we all think about. Nope, this is the … Continue reading

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Franklinia Today Part 1: Beth’s Travels on the Bartram Trail 60

William Bartram describes his encounter with Franklinia alatmaha, growing in the wilds of Georgia along the Altamaha River in the late 1700’s. * Thus, when William Bartram came through Georgia 250 years ago, the Franklinia alatmaha grew on the banks of … Continue reading

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Ephemeral: Beth’s Travels on the Bartram Trail 59

Take a moment to listen to my reading of William Bartram’s Travels describing “mountain vegetable beauties….”*   Change The only constant is change. As I write this, the last of summer lies heavy on the land. The little plants that spring up in … Continue reading

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Bottlebrush Buckeye: Beth’s Travels on the Bartram Trail 58

Take a moment to listen to William Bartram’s description of where the Bottlebrush Buckeye grows, which he named Fothergilla after his benefactor, Fothergill. Running Parallel… If the bank I rose upon was marriage, and the person I married ran parallel … Continue reading

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