Celebrating Mid-Spring Studio Update 2022

Celebrating Mid-Spring Studio Update 2022

Now the first quarter of the seasonal year is tidied up, it’s Mid-Spring, Beltaine, a favorite time for many folks. The next season is open for possibilities (more…)

Celebrating Mid-Winter, Studio Update 2022

Celebrating Mid-Winter, Studio Update 2022

The returning and increasing light is daily perceptible, welcome and cheering. Now it is peaceful after a transition to the new year after snow, rain, tornados, fires. This Mid-winter, Imbolc, Candlemas season (more…)

Celebrating Mid-Autumn Studio Update

Celebrating Mid-Autumn Studio Update

Whether you celebrate The Night of the Ancestors (Samhuin), Dias de la Muertos, Halloween, or all of them, Happy Mid-Autumn Celebrations! (more…)

Bridge Across Time

Bridge Across Time

Bridge Across Time

In 1988 I wrote: “I am attracted to petroglyphs in a deep way. They came from a time when art was an integral aspect of community, when the artist was a healer. Even though scientists are reluctant to give meaning to these symbols I think ancient artisans knew that the power of manifesting an image was to cross the bridge to spiritual nourishment.  “Bridge Across Time” was the first oil painting in a series of over 100 that depict petroglyphs. (more…)

Harmony, New Harmony

Harmony, New Harmony

Harmony, New Harmony

Sweet thoughts occur after a recent trip to America’s prettiest art town to pick up artwork from New Harmony Gallery of Contemporary Art. It marked the end of an era, and got me reminiscing about that period and how much the town has meant to me as an artist. (more…)

Rock Paper Scissors

Rock Paper Scissors

II am pleased that all three of my Rock Paperglyphs were selected for the virtual exhibition Rock Paper Scissors, curated by Kate Savage for Arts Connects Lexington. Artists were asked to respond to the idea of “Rock, Paper, Scissors”. (more…)

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