jeannie moberly

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 Me&Bluebeard-o A video retelling of the old fairy-tale about a girl who loves dancing and birds. She goes on a journey to Bluebeard-o's manor where despite being impressed by promises of riches ends up doing a lot of cleaning and cooking. Her relationship with Bluebeard-o, not off to a good start eventually results in a lot of dancing and later to eggs that hatch and fly away. Unfortunately, through absolutely no fault of her own, Bluebeard-o deserts her. Music by Anton Barbeau
 we share this world
                        we share this world text  
Dream Of Slideshow
[Thumbnail of a piece from Patterns of Nature]Patterns of Nature   Above the Wires

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Proposals

 

Upper Darby Bike Routes (PDF 15.4MB)Upper Darby Bike Routes (PDF 15.4MB)

ArtDecoUpperDarbyartdecoupperdarby

 
 Sunday Bicycle Outing of Mo & Ra Greenbein  Sea Creatures
 

 Florilegium
                           Florilegium Key

Infinite Library Slideshow

Animal Heaven

 TITTER
                         Words to TITTER

Mummers 2009Costumes.

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20thcentury20th Century

My ManifestoMy Manifesto

My Virtual Shows

Fear of the Deep Garden of Delights II


Contact Jeannie Moberly at pjm@moberly.CJFearnley.com.

I have been active in these groups:
Delaware County Bicycling Committee (2010-present)
- Neighborhood Bikeworks (2010)
Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia (2009-present)
Synergetics Collaborative (2002-2018)
Philadelphia Mural Arts Program (2001-Present)
Community Alliance with Family Farmers (1978-2000)
Sacramento Area Bicycle Advocates (1996-2000)
Green Party (1982-2001)

THINKING GREEN

"At the root of all Green political action is nonviolence, starting with how we live our lives, taking small, unilateral steps toward peace in everything we do. Green politics requires us to be both tender and subversive. Affirming tenderness as a political value is already subversive. In Green politics, we practice tenderness in relations with others; in caring for ideas, art, language, and culture; and in cherishing and protecting the Earth. To think Green is to build solidarity with those working for social justice and human rights everywhere, not bound by ideologies."

-Petra Kelly

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