Time Stands Still.... The corner of a pond can be a place of great beauty and enchantment. It becomes an archetypal metaphor as we meander from the lily pads and flowers, past their shadows and across the reflections of the woodland, through the surface into the growth and mystery deep within - a meditation.
We are excited to share that these two painting, "Minnehaha Falls - Overcast" and "First Arabasque" will hang in Williamsburg Art Gallery's upcoming exhibition: "Making Waves: An Exploration of the Maritime World of Art."
Here is the open door of our re-incarnated coop, which is on the lowest level of our old carriage house. Decades ago it was used as a coop, so it has felt good to 'bring it back'.
Today, I found out that "Spring Chickens" has been selected as a finalist in the Animal/Wildlife category of The Artist's Magazine 33rd Annual Art Competition! The had over 5,900 entries this year and it's truly an honor to discover this piece was chosen.
What do I mean when I say, "....That connection to what lies beyond the surface is probably the most compelling aspect of what I do"? Watch this 8 minute preview to LPTV's "Common Ground" and read my recent essay, "The Soul's Veil: Seeing Beyond the Surface" in "Artists on Art" magazine atwww.artists-on-art.com.