About this Blog

  My name is Martha Aleo.  I am interested in creativity  and inspiration, and how they are influenced by landscape, community, tradition, history, philosophy,  religion, culture, life experience and access to materials.  Don’t forget science and math.  They are all related.   I intend to focus on those topics in this Blog.   While I am primarily a crafter and writer, I  do not intend to limit this Blog to crafting and writing.  I want to explore creativity and inspiration in relation to all the arts and scientific topics as well.      

     My reasons are more than academic.     I am in the process of unlearning much of what they taught me in school.  I am trying to open myself up to looking at (and listening to)  the world in a different way.   I am searching for my own voice.    I don’t know if I’ll find it, but in the end it doesn’t really matter because it’s the journey that’s the most interesting.

     To learn more about me, you can visit my website and Ornamentodeux, my Tumblr blog

11 responses to “About this Blog

  1. Gosh! thanks for featuring me and the Pumpkin picture.
    What a surprise. I have many more “Midwest” rural paintings plus many more of other subjects.

  2. Looking through google I came across this site. I really liked and I tried to persuade friends to also here looked into.

  3. Pingback: Now Playing on My Computer Screen « Ornamento·

  4. Not sure if I wrote but to be sure…. You just saved me from the “traditional /accepted” Viking Knit sanitarium. Looked around last night read about this tool and that tool … BUT no matter the tool, the “accepted” way to construct is tedious.. So thanks from my hands, my brain that would be frying etc….

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