Monthly Archives: March 2017

Tree Spirits (jellybeans and in-betweens)

PEOPLE BREAKING UP. PEOPLE BREAKING DOWN. FIRE. STORMS. FRIENDS. HARD LABOR AND CAT SCRATCHES. POLLEN AND DUST AND UNSEEN DANDER. MUSIC AND BEANS AND A PLATE OF YELLOW RICE. A PILE OF VINES IN THE GREEN GRASS FIELD. I TOOK … Continue reading

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A Time At Hambidge (painting during the last grips of winter while in a mountain studio)

I was left alone on the side of a hill in a cabin called Fisher Studio. It was a cold two weeks with everything from some snow to a violent thunderstorm that split a tree into many woody spears due … Continue reading

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Meeting Good Folks (the magic tree)

I get to meet a lot of great and inspiring people doing what I do. For that I am thankful. Some of the most inspiring are folks who have made a business and a life out of nothing. I always … Continue reading

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