Shadow, Form, Line

June 3rd, 2012
 Shadow,  Form, Line

In the desert the bones of the earth are laid bare, seared and illuminated by harsh sun.                 Where there is water this revelation is transformed in the shimmering surface.               Time becomes visible in etched and shifted cracks layered with multi-colored […]

Shadow, Form, Line

June 3rd, 2012
 Shadow,  Form, Line

In the desert the bones of the earth are laid bare, seared and illuminated by harsh sun.                 Where there is water this revelation is transformed in the shimmering surface.               Time becomes visible in etched and shifted cracks layered with multi-colored […]

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February 8th, 2012

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Traveling in the Zone

January 26th, 2012
Traveling in the Zone

 “The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page. St. Augustine It’s a choice to set out on the road. Sometimes it’s for business, sometimes for adventure, but always interesting. I’ve had the good fortune to travel to many fascinating places. When I was young my family lived in […]

Traveling in the Zone

January 26th, 2012
Traveling in the Zone

 “The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page. St. Augustine It’s a choice to set out on the road. Sometimes it’s for business, sometimes for adventure, but always interesting. I’ve had the good fortune to travel to many fascinating places. When I was young my family lived in […]

Exquisite Brevity

January 3rd, 2012
Exquisite Brevity

The most valuable of all talents is that of never using two words when one will do. ~Thomas Jefferson The Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC is a haven for me. Restorative, informative, inspirational, reassuring. An afternoon spent there last week provided all of the above. Plus a bit of serendipitous surprise. The exhibit was […]

Exquisite Brevity

January 3rd, 2012

The most valuable of all talents is that of never using two words when one will do. ~Thomas Jefferson     The Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC is a haven for me. Restorative, informative, inspirational, reassuring. An afternoon spent there last week provided all of the above. Plus a bit of serendipitous surprise. The […]

Floating Artists

October 18th, 2011
Floating Artists

Not all who wander are  lost.  –Tolkein I have been wandering. Not alone, but with a group of students from Castleton State College. We’ve been all over the southwestern US. Studying art and anthropology, we are finding both in abundance. The markings left by ancient people resonate with their ancestral traditions. Art is what we […]

Color and Pizzazz in the Animal Kingdom

September 4th, 2011

“I want the viewer to walk away having felt something.” – Linda St. Clair I recently visited the studio of artist Linda St. Clair in Santa Fe, New Mexico. What a delight! Her airy studio is a sky-lit space filled with color and energy. Linda paints animals of all sorts and sizes, furry and feathered. […]

Color and Pizzazz in the Animal Kingdom

September 4th, 2011
Color and Pizzazz in the Animal Kingdom

“I want the viewer to walk away having felt something.” – Linda St. Clair I recently visited the studio of artist Linda St. Clair in Santa Fe, New Mexico. What a delight! Her airy studio is a sky-lit space filled with color and energy. Linda paints animals of all sorts and sizes, furry and feathered. […]