Tag Archives: outsider art

Beautifully Confused (packing up the art)

I recently spent time at Hambidge Center . I made this short video of me taking down art I had made during my stay. I made the music with recorded snippets of a baby toy. The video is in reverse. … Continue reading

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Southern Ambrosia (album art + a dog leg drummin’)

I have a friend who is a good singer. Her name is Kristina Murray. She asked me almost one year ago at a friend’s party to make some art for her new album. I always thought record album artwork was … Continue reading

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Antennas To The Sky (painted poles)

I am building something. I am painting stripes. I decided to take a step forward before I was ready. I hope the antenna will bring me down signals that are right. I hope it will bring me the message. I … Continue reading

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New Year New Art (painted thoughts)

What color is your breathe? What color is your blood? What color are your leaves? What color is the mud? Things grow in their own way. Paintings develop on their own. Usually they grow in a manner that suites them … Continue reading

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Black Sheep (black heart)

I have been painting in the sun— the bright sun where I look for shade. The bright sun where dark glasses and long sleeves and a bandana are a must. The sun makes you think. I have been thinking about … Continue reading

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I Painted You (you spoke to me)

Lately things have been speaking to me in new ways. All my life I have passed certain places. I have always viewed my suroundings and kept on moving. I noted items I would see but gave it no more thought. … Continue reading

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