Monthly Archives: December 2016

Mule Ear (a mysterious bloom)

I’ve been waiting a few years to see this creature bloom. Last year was an almost but an accident chopped off the bloom spike mid-growth. It has a beautiful brain somewhere in there — guiding its development. This year it looks like … Continue reading

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Father Father (and an old red barn)

This weekend I painted these words “Father Father Holy Father” and then I put them on the barn. Today I wrote a poem to go along side them— To go between the screws holding it to the barn— To go between … Continue reading

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The Streets (ol’ black river)

Last weekend I wrote a poem and then painted it for an event for The Streets magazine. The poem discusses how we all flow down these everyday roads together, yet seldom talk… but sometimes the “streets” talk back to us. If … Continue reading

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Colored Shapes (thirty squares of pink and yellow)

I created another set of 30 small paintings. I want to make large paintings out of a lot of these. I know it would never be the same. Each painting and each size has its own magic. Each painting has … Continue reading

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