Archive for the 'Nature' Category

Recognition

Friday, June 16th, 2017

Last night, I stretched before bed, a routine which helps bring sleep when I make the effort. At the end I lay on my back in what is called “corpse pose” in yoga. As I lay quietly, I imagined my heart stopping suddenly. My breath ceasing. My brain shutting down, and with that, all awareness […]

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Work Backlog

Wednesday, April 12th, 2017

I’ve been busy creating but not posting. Here goes. “Under the Ocean” / 4″ x 4″ canvas panel with acrylic “Santa Cruz Harbor Lighthouse” / 5″ x 7″ canvas panel with acrylic “Beehive” / 6″ x 6″ wood panel with acrylic –SOLD “Botanical Treasures” / 10″ x 20″ stretched canvas with acrylic Untitled / 6″ […]

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Little Cityscape

Thursday, March 16th, 2017

“East River” / 5″ x 7″ canvas panel with acrylic And a bonus! This one will go to my mother, who was born in autumn. “Colors of Autumn” / 4″ x 5″ stretched canvas with acrylic

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Little Pieces

Wednesday, March 15th, 2017

While I work on a larger canvas, sometimes I take time off from it to let my creative intuition develop. Yet there remains an urge to create. I bought some new paints and media to play with (Golden Clear Tar Gel, pouring medium, glaze, fluid acrylics). Here are three little pieces from recent days. This […]

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Abuddha

Saturday, March 4th, 2017

Late at night alone I sit listening to the tock tock tock of raindrops dancing rooftop. The patter of rain drapes like a blanket over night’s shoulders — rhythmic murmured lullaby. This moment, awake. And this one. Now this. This moment too, eternal.

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Hazy Winter Moon

Wednesday, March 1st, 2017

A small piece called Hazy Winter Moon, it’s 6″ x 6″ canvas panel with acrylic. “Hazy Winter Moon” / 6″ x 6″ stretched canvas with acrylic

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February Winter Break

Thursday, February 23rd, 2017

Some years, our family will “go to snow.” Last year there was none, so I took Claire to Los Angeles to look at dinosaurs. This year, despite there being plenty of snow, we didn’t get coordinated enough to go. We don’t ski, and there is only so much sledding one kid and two parents can […]

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