Lasting Impression

The Curriculum Vol. XIII

Today marks a new season… welcome to the Autumn Equinox.

Wherever you are, whatever the temperature, it marks more than just a (hoped) return to sweater weather.

The word “equinox” has Latin roots and means “equal night.” It refers to the roughly 12-hour day and 12-hour night that occurs only on the two equinox days of the year. Astrologically, the meaning of the fall equinox hinges on practicing gratitude for the bright spots of the year and clearing the way for a new beginning.

Fall is the time of year to set up internal space and make room for what’s to come in the next year and create room for our greater visions to grow. Think of it as composting old ideas and using the energy they hold to make fertile soil for creativity, passion, and ideas that will mark a new path… and create lasting impressions. On ourselves and others.

We are excited to open our newest gallery in Houston. We hope to bring a new place of discovery, warmth and community and make our own lasting impression.

With Gratitude,

Brian Bolke

Brian Bolke, Founder

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