February, 2014

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  • In the mood… for rain

    In the mood… for rain

    Click here and listen… while you read this post. The rain always signifies a fresh start to me, a clean slate. The sounds of the rain falling, gushing out the drains, splashing as cars drive by and the constant, steady drone of sleep inducing sound. The color; vibrant, intense, altered pigment of plants in the […]
  • Chance Meeting Spurs Creative Friendship

    Chance Meeting Spurs Creative Friendship

    At the Encinitas library, one evening, last year,  I overheard Greg Brown talking about cyanotypes and asked if he’d teach me how to make them. In exchange, I offered to teach him how to make monotypes, my specialty. We struck a deal, and an instant friendship was formed. Over several months we learned each others […]
  • Portfolio of Images

    The unveiling. I am overjoyed to be sharing this with you. I spend my life communicating through images. The work presented here is informed by my exterior travels to exotic places like India, Morocco and the desert. The overlapping layers in my work represent my travels inward on the path to self knowledge. They express […]
  • Abstract. Landscape. Figurative. Minimal.

    Abstract. Landscape. Figurative. Minimal.

    Anything is possible… don’t “qualify” yourself. Richard Diebenkorn (1922-1993) was recommended by a printmaking friend, as an artist I should research, because of the breadth of style which he explored and mastered throughout his career. Not one to dismiss his muse, Diebenkorn allowed the process to change course radically, and often. He was a master […]
  • Valentine Winner!

    Valentine Winner!

    As promised, some lucky so-and-so would take home this lovely Giclée on Valentine’s day. The winner is “Pol Stafford”. His name was randomly selected and I know that Ganesh will have a good home with Pol. Thanks to all of you who entered… and be on the lookout for our next give-away!
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