Orchestrating a lot of ideas and pieces that are going into my current project. For months and months I’ve been working on individual pieces of a massive work. All sorts of test runs and problem solving, most of which I do in my head, seemingly quietly perhaps, for the onlooker, but symphonically bursting at the … Continue reading Reverie
One of the beautifully lovely things about my current experimentations is that each piece feels like a perfectly beakered bit of bliss. Each work is a small player within a visual philosophic problem I’m attempting to find solutions to. This journey has been going on for some time. There are simply so many questions and … Continue reading Beakered Bliss
The Excalibur… the thing I love about it, is you know if you’re the one and probably know before hand 🙂 Creating is very similar. When you have your own voice there is no need to stumble around looking and trying out various this and thats, you simply decided what to say and say it … Continue reading The Excalibur
Today I sat at the piano and instead of working on someone els’s stuff, I worked on a piece I wrote on the drive in. Getting into the keyboard went exceptionally well and it really felt fluid, like sea water lapping over me. I can’t begin to tell you how much I love playing the … Continue reading Trance-posing Me
I rarely create literal works but this one is gentle but nice reminder for a friend of mine to use his tremendous talent for the sheer purpose of adding to the progress of humanity. In other words, write for the sake of the piece itself and not for it’s final resting spot or viewer. Write … Continue reading Write!
Down and Dirty. This is a quick and messy sketch that will need to be realized again on better and larger paper. Today’s drawing is a culmination of numerous circumstances that keep slamming my brain on occasion. Last night another stunning charismatic light left the earth. His name was Vance Bockis. Vance has left a … Continue reading Impetuous Potential
Every now and again I do an abstract self portrait of my state of being. It’s been a way for me to assess where I am in the grief process. Below this are a couple of other’s along the way… I find grief renders one unstable. And I don’t mean in the crazy sense, I … Continue reading Inflation