April 21, 2011
Swirling Currents: “In the end,” Berthoin says, “it’s about the possibility of cultural change, understanding ecological integrity. If we could understand the importance of ecological integrity and see that we’re a part of that…” her voice trails off. “But we’re stuck in a different paradigm right now.”
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The physical and emotional well-being of the Carmel River Watershed—and those who love it—comes to life in a new, collaborative project.
“Fish are not just fish,” says painter Paola Fiorelle Berthoin. They connect us to the seasons, and the watershed where they live. During the winter months, they swim in from the ocean and up the ...