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St. Anthony’ Fire

Spring is in the air and plants and grasses are beginning to sprout. I thought it would be a good time to post about the latest painting added to my website called "Memory Field." It is a landscape painting of a field of grain ready for harvest in front of a vibrant blue sky that…
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Will the Snake Return to the Garden

Blog for September 2017   I have always been a lover of flora and fauna. My mother gave me a small spot to dig in the dirt and make a garden of my own when I was just a child of six. The highlight of the rock garden was a beautiful plant, Joseph’s Coat (Alternanthera)…
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The Practice of Sketchbook Keeping

Recently we had a little flood in our basement. A forced cleansing of sorts, I had to go through my personal boxes stored there including old letters, yearbooks, a baby book compiled by my mother, photos as a child, you get the idea. I also had many boxes of things I moved from my art…
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A Searching Through Minimalism

Recently I had a studio visit with friend and artist Nathan Foxton. It is interesting how in our process of making art, we sometimes can become blind to the ongoing search that keeps revealing itself in our work to others and yet escapes us. I am referring to the constantly reoccurring horizontal bands in my paintings.…
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