Monthly Archives: September 2014

Submission & Revelation; Balaam

In May of 2011 traveling abroad with students in England I was smitten. At the National Gallery in London I saw in the flesh Veronese’s Four Allegories of Love. Painted around 1575, the awkward angles, staged narratives, and stilted compositions … Continue reading

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The Process of Balaam

I thought I’d give you a little insight here into  the process I went through when creating a recent work “Submission & Revelation; Balaam” One of the slides is actually sideways as the painting was turned on its side while … Continue reading

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Finding old friends: (Consistency and Hope)

Do you remember when slides, were… well, actual slides?  Pieces of transparent film sandwiched between two white crispy pieces of cardboard, or if you were willing to pay the expense, white plastic. I’m slowly in the process of getting artwork … Continue reading

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