Monthly Archives: November 2020

Let’s Talk about Birds and Butterflies

Butterflies have fascinated me for many years. I also think of them as an emerging spirit. Seeing the enormous quantity of butterflies near Iguassu Falls had me create several different takes on on the butterflies around Iguassu Falls. Above is … Continue reading

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Animals Lost, Found and Remembered

Animals are such an interesting subjects with their shapes, forms, ways they move. Horses are such a show of power. In Dark horse above when I would see horses at night just galloping the night away, I felt a great … Continue reading

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More Incredible Cities on a variety of Continents

I have had many adventures in Moscow. I traveled there first during the cold war. On that first trip, I was explaining to a friend what my aunt had told me about Communism, it was “From each according to his … Continue reading

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The World is Full Incredible Cities

I started making art in 1991 while I was living in France. I returned to the United States in 1994 and settled in a small town in Eastern Colorado called Beulah. Eventually I decided I needed to do a piece … Continue reading

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Titles and Why I Love Them Part 5

I continued working with the effects of climate change in my series called “Ice Thins.” Above Ice Tower which represents a singular floating iceberg. Ice Arch represents when the effect of melting ice in different places create a giant arch … Continue reading

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Titles and Why I Love Them, part 4

Continuing with the Climate Change art, Storm, Wildfire and Flood show a progression of events of consequence.

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Titles and Why I Love Them Part 2

Of late I have been working with the effects of climate change in a series called “Ice Thins.” Some titles are long involved titles like: Arctic Ice Cap Flows to Ocean or Significant Split. While others are simple like Ice … Continue reading

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Titles and Why I Love Them Part 3

I continued working with the effects of climate change in my series called “Ice Thins.” Above Silhouettes which represent a grouping of large icebergs but I wanted to leave it up to interpretation as others may see it differently. Ice … Continue reading

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Titles and Why I Love Them

Titles and Why I love themPart 1 I love titles. I usually find myself collecting titles for use at some future time. While wanting to get feedback about my art work, I went into a gallery in San Francisco in … Continue reading

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Water

Water water wets my whistle salts my tears runs down the panes of windows courses through my bloodstream floats in my eye flows down the planes of my face quenches my thirst cleanses my body nourishes my being the color … Continue reading

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