We are drawn to certain locations where the land resonates with us and pulls us towards it. People can spend their entire lives looking for places where they belong, places where they feel at home, where they fit and can comfortably set down roots.”
-Mary Reynolds, The Garden Awakening: Designs to Nurture Our Land and Ourselves.
A habitat can be a place where we live, grow and thrive. It can be a physical location or a virtual space. It can be the table at which you sew, the view from your studio window, the neighborhood where you reside, even the vista of the volcano in the distance. How about that dreamscape your mind darts to before you fall asleep or while someone drones on and on? Where does your soul sing?
Amanda Snavely - Habitat
Coos Art Museum
Coos Bay, OR