Posts By: Ellie Dolgin

Sculptures Moving Up

As I write this, I hear hammering and music blasting from a radio, sawdust suspended in the air and 2 X 4’s crudely stacked on the garage floor. What is happening? My sculptures are getting a new home. Formerly stuffed away in an unfinished section of the basement with a concrete floor, dangling wires and… Read more »

Earthing

“Earthing”, or grounding, is a practice that is getting attention as a natural way to reduce inflammation, thin blood and slow the aging process. Dr. James Oschman, expert in energy medicine and biophysics, says, “The earth’s surface is electrically charged. There is a constant current flow from the ionosphere to the earth. These are the… Read more »

Enough IS Enough

I was in New Hampshire this weekend visiting family. In between hanging out at the beach and watching the fireworks, I had a session with an energy healer. I can’t describe exactly what she does because it is always different. Each session is unpredictable and spontaneous. What a person needs determines the course and content… Read more »

Becoming Clean

Pollution comes in many forms. We are all familiar with air, water and soil pollution. But, our minds and souls can also become toxic, affecting our organs, emotions and energy systems. In his book, “The Hidden Messages in Water”, Dr. Masaru Emoto, the acclaimed Japanese physician and scientist, writes that “crystals formed in frozen water… Read more »

The Sculpture Without a Title

Untitled II

I wanted to create a sculpture that showed a woman throwing away her cares…heaving weighty demands and expectations into the ethos disintegrating them once and for all. Hallelujah! But, there was one small problem. She hadn’t looked at those cares or identified them or transformed them into discardable pieces. The sculpture was missing the first… Read more »