KATHERINE NEVILLE’S Merry May Day Newsletter May 1, 2019 From Maia to Mary Today is the date that lies between spring equinox and summer solstice, one of the eight Celtic Fire Festivals since early times.
Katherine in Kyoto KATHERINE NEVILLE’SCherry Blossom Equinox NewsletterMarch 21, 2019 Cherry Blossom Time! In 1912, the Japanese government gave 3000 cherry trees to our nation’s capital, which were planted around the Tidal Basi
Neville at de Young Museum, San Francisco KATHERINE NEVILLE’SSaturnalia NewsletterDecember 17, 2018 Saturnalia Saturnalia, the festival of the Roman god Saturn, and based upon a more ancient Greek and Egyptian traditions for this dark
Katherine in Tokyo KATHERINE NEVILLE’SJapanese Journey NewsletterJune 29, 2018 Yin-Yang When I first rescued the Japanese house, created in 1965 by the legendary Japanese potter, Teruo Hara, the place had been in disrepair, vandalized, and
Neville tries on the coat of many colors KATHERINE NEVILLE’SA Calculated Risk 25th Anniversary Newsletter December 1, 2017 A Calculated Risk Turns 25! November, 2017, marks the 25th anniversary of the hardback publication of
KATHERINE NEVILLE’SAutumn Adventure in Art NewsletterSeptember 21, 2017 Happy Autumn Equinox Happy New Moon of Autumn! On the equinox (the time each year when day and night are equal) we’d better get stocked up for the winter —
KATHERINE NEVILLE’S Hazel Month Newsletter August 4, 2017 Lammas Night In ancient times, Celtic months were named for trees. Today, August 4, is the last day of Tinne, the Celtic Holly month. Tomorrow, Coll, the month of the Hazel tre
KATHERINE NEVILLE’S April Pilgrimage Newsletter April 4, 2017 April Arrives According to one of my favorite poets, TS Eliot, April is a scary month that brings unwanted feelings: APRIL is the cruellest month, breeding Lilacs