a little bird told me

I pulled into my driveway after a hike with my dog. For a minute or two I sat there as I pondered the enormity of a particular problem I’m dealing with today. “What do you think I should do, Scott?”, I realized I had said this out loud. No sooner said than something caught my eye. […]

party crashers, treatment smashers

The last thing I expected to see when I opened the New Hampshire Union Leader at my mom’s house this morning was a full color 7″ x 7″ photo of Scott’s and my friend Michael Uvanni. The piece was excerpted from USA Today and is titled “Cancer Treatment Hype Gives False Hope”. The article in […]

scott’s 2017 design scholarship winner

We are so very pleased to announce this year’s recipient of the annual Scott Morgan Design Scholarship is Audrey Krumenacker. A student at Pratt Institute of Design in New York City, Audrey is our 3rd designer to receive our $5,000 award. Please jump to this website to see her portfolio and why we believe Audrey’s talent will take […]

that realm of lovers

There lies within the heart of every true romantic a yearning for exquisitely exacting words. Words that express desire, words that set the imagination on fire, words that lift your spirits higher and higher. The ups the downs of love and the drama of personal intimacies pull us deeper into the secret realm of lovers. […]

dreaming from outer space

Untitled ©Katy Allgeyer 2017     (60″ x 36″ Acrylic on Canvas) On November 20, 2016 I took part in a dream circle on Garnet Hill in upstate New York led by shaman Robert Moss. The last circle dream assignment we were given was to dream for the future of the world five years from now. This […]

from the silence

One of the great things about living on our island in Maine is the myriad of talent that resides there and the interesting people you bump into on trails and in cafes. Eryn/ Ahryan is one such artist. I met Eryn at the Stonington Farmers Market when I returned from our trip of a lifetime […]

magic mushrooms

What do digereedoos, depression, and magic mushrooms have to do with cancer patients? Promising new studies are showing results with using psilocybin hallucinogenic mushrooms to relieve cancer patients of anxiety and depression (some results showing 80% effectiveness!). Read full article at the New York Times here. Scott would have loved this!