first place 2019 scholarship winner

This week at High Point International Furniture Market, the nonprofit fund board of directors of the Scott Morgan Design Scholarship revealed the winners of their 2019 award scholarships. First place $5000 prize goes to Savannah College of Art and Design student Quinten Juan Sanchez. Congratulations to Quinten! Quinten has a website¬†currently under development where his […]

design scholarship 2nd place winner

Our 2019 Scott Morgan Design Scholarship recipients have been selected. Hannah Fink has been presented with a $2500 second place award scholarship from our non-profit org. Hannah studies design at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY. Her portfolio can be viewed at her website https://hannahfink.art/. Many of the designer’s concepts are how to create something shippable […]

somewear everywhere

Today our great friend Roberto’s son Alan notified me of a super cool kickstarter project he’s working on called Somewear. It’s a device and app to provide global hotspot coverage at an affordable price. Remember when Alan came to Goa on his spring break and saw Scott and me? (click here). I know Scott would […]

loving the ‘spoon

I was so very pleased to donate this Donald Lipski sculpture to the Weatherspoon Art Museum in Greensboro before I left High Point this week. Donald verified for me that this was his work from a residency he did in Italy in 2002. Scott and Donald were good friends. Scott and I knew that the […]

leaving high point

It took me two and a half months to prepare the High Point, North Carolina house and organize my move to Maine. It’s been a challenge to 1) make a decision 2) figure out what needed to be done 3) let go of things I no longer need (including the lifestyle that Scott and I […]

movin’ on

Happy New Year! I’m only a little late in wishing all of you my best wishes. I’m a bit preoccupied lately. With what, you ask? With ghosts of past, present, and future me.   The Ghost of Katy Past is reminiscing about a day five years ago in Goa that Scott and I shared our […]

god shot

Today whilst reading New York Times’ wonderful article on why boy mammoths tended to die in silly ways, I was inspired to go “Like” The New York Times Science facebook page. They are currently featuring a pink praying mantis as their profile pic. Perusing the comments on this pic led me to one that said […]