Time to Rekindle

By: Integrated Art Group

Apr 28 2011

Category: architecture, Art, Inspiration, interior design, Uncategorized

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Spring is a time of welcome new growth. Whether you celebrate Easter, Passover, Ester, the goddess of fertility which is the egg connection, or just note how April showers bring May flowers, it is a time of rebirth and renewal. This time of year holds a special place for me.

With the US economy tanking in 2009 and the substantial natural disasters that followed, eyes are looking up- finally, to the trickle of new growth this quarter. What better time to renew our skills, our connections and products. That is just what is happening when the two organizations come together to “Rekindle” next week at the Monona Terrace in Madison, WI.
AIA (American Institute of Architects) Wisconsin Annual conference will
stir the embers to revitalize resourceful design and efficient delivery systems . . . renew strong supportive connections while sparking new ones . . . ignite and re-energize creative sustainable design solutions . . . and relight the path to professional success
It is in tandem with the (International Interior Design Association) Interior Perspectives which boasts Cheryl Duvall speaking on “Revitalize Design Skills by returning to Basics”. Who couldn’t use this theme in their own lives. I ask myself, what are my core intentions and am I using these daily in my life and work? IIDA has two other seminars (all CEU approved) and culminates in Celebrate in Design, the festive award ceremony/party which includes special recognition of student design. This caps both affairs.

Integrated Art Group will have booth #42 at the Expo. If you are in the Madison area, I invite you to come and tell us what you are doing this spring to rekindle your energy and focus. The Expo is free and open to the public on Wednesday, May 4 from 3-7pm and Thursday, May 5 from 11-2pm.

Posted by Liese Pfeifer


One comment on “Time to Rekindle”

  1. Dear Liese,
    Thank you for sending your work. I would love to experience it in person. Just looking at the image moves parts inside of me. Deep tensions (that is not a negative thing!) and bones of nature, another voice.

    Is something going on in your life now that’s taking up a lot of room?


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