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Reflections on a Life to Live

I’ve been making art now for twenty eight years.  My friend Dan who is a professor at Biola University in Southern California sent me recently the photo below. In it you see a painting I created in my junior year … Continue reading

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The Last Tornado

I realized as of late that  I neglected to ever post the fourth tornado painting/sculpture I created, that was included in the exhibit back in January at the University of Portland.  So here it is: For this piece I used … Continue reading

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Stay

Well, I just took down my work from the “Assembled” show at the Bush Barn in Salem.  Everyone is now safely back here at home. For whatever reason I have a very special relationship with this particular piece that was … Continue reading

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Hold Steady

Here is one of the completed new pieces. Some elements of this should look very familiar (the painting was posted a couple months back). My friend Melanie Hulbert hit the nail on the head when she said to me at … Continue reading

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The Storms Keep Coming

Here is the third of what will be four storm paintings.  Their assemblage/sculptural frames are coming along, but to be honest I want to show those to you when they’re in their finished state.  Maybe I’ll give you a peek … Continue reading

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The Coming Storms

Launching as of late into several 12″x12″ paintings I’m creating of tumultuous weather.  These works will be parts of larger works that include sculpted and assemblage elements.  This time around with the work I’ve chosen to create the figurative or … Continue reading

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