Ivy Reflections: June 2022

Over the last month I have sat with the ivy and have continued to explore making cordage from vines. On my walks, I have been finding vines that have been pulled from trees, and adding them to my collection! I am finding my flow in processing, and surrendering to this plant and waiting for the lessons it wants to share with me. I originally planned to have my first sculpture done this month, but it has not happened yet. This is ok- things are still being sorted out, and I am continuing to prepare and work with this fascinating being.

My intention is over the summer to use the cordage I have made to begin my first sculpture. Let's see what Ivy's plans are.

Kaitlyn Beugh's mission is to assist you in fostering a soulful connection to self and the natural world through creation and intention. She is an interdisciplinary visual artist. Her art practice plays on the ephemeral, and is intuitively channeled and created in a flow state.

She lives, works, and plays on the unceded land of the Coast Salish First Nations. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Visual Arts with a minor in Social Practice and Community Engagement from Emily Carr University of Art and Design, and has a background in social services.

Kaitlyn is a practicing artist and has some of her artwork for sale in the form of original pieces via her website here. Kaitlyn is currently studying herbalism and connecting deeper with the energies of plants and natures cycles.

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