It's easy to forget what it's like to work in a beautiful natural setting. My program is housed in the interior of the Eastside satellite building. The entrance is through a gritty parking lot. There is no comparison to Chatham University's lovely main campus on a sunny day with balmy temperatures.
My students were doing ergonomic computer work station evaluations for administrative employees on the main campus. Outside Berry Hall there is a labyrinth that was built in memory of a young woman's tragic death. Its made of grass and cobble stones in an ancient design.
Maxfield Parrish's sense of color and fantasy. I found myself trying to figure out if the path was positive or negative space. I don't know why that is important but I kept thinking about it.