Artworks
Watercolor & acrylic on paper
14" x 20"
2015
Watercolor on Paper
12' x 9"
2014
watercolor, Conte, on paper
6" x 4"
2014
Charcoal & Watercolor on paper
14" x 10"
2014
Watercolor on Paper
9" x 12"
2014
Acrylic & watercolor on paper
20" x 14"
2014
Watercolor on Paper
9" x 12"
2014
Watercolor on Paper
9" x 12"
2014
Watercolor on Paper
7 3/4" x 10"
2014
Watercolor on Paper
12" x 12"
2014

Activity

  • Darkness is our first reality, the looming riddle of our becoming. Throughout our lives—in the circadian rhythms of sleep and waking, in the creative imagination waiting for emergence out of the depths of the unconscious, in encountering the transpersonal at the horizon of consciousness—we repeatedly come out of the darkness and go back into the darkness. It is a fundamental part of existence. As the poet William Stafford made clear, “the darkness around us is deep.” And yet we live in m…
  • Darkness is our first reality, the looming riddle of our becoming. Throughout our lives—in the circadian rhythms of sleep and waking, in the creative imagination waiting for emergence out of the depths of the unconscious, in encountering the transpersonal at the horizon of consciousness—we repeatedly come out of the darkness and go back into the darkness. It is a fundamental part of existence. As the poet William Stafford made clear, “the darkness around us is deep.” And yet we live in m…
  • Darkness is our first reality, the looming riddle of our becoming. Throughout our lives—in the circadian rhythms of sleep and waking, in the creative imagination waiting for emergence out of the depths of the unconscious, in encountering the transpersonal at the horizon of consciousness—we repeatedly come out of the darkness and go back into the darkness. It is a fundamental part of existence. As the poet William Stafford made clear, “the darkness around us is deep.” And yet we live in m…
  • Darkness is our first reality, the looming riddle of our becoming. Throughout our lives—in the circadian rhythms of sleep and waking, in the creative imagination waiting for emergence out of the depths of the unconscious, in encountering the transpersonal at the horizon of consciousness—we repeatedly come out of the darkness and go back into the darkness. It is a fundamental part of existence. As the poet William Stafford made clear, “the darkness around us is deep.” And yet we live in m…
  • Darkness is our first reality, the looming riddle of our becoming. Throughout our lives—in the circadian rhythms of sleep and waking, in the creative imagination waiting for emergence out of the depths of the unconscious, in encountering the transpersonal at the horizon of consciousness—we repeatedly come out of the darkness and go back into the darkness. It is a fundamental part of existence. As the poet William Stafford made clear, “the darkness around us is deep.” And yet we live in m…
  • Darkness is our first reality, the looming riddle of our becoming. Throughout our lives—in the circadian rhythms of sleep and waking, in the creative imagination waiting for emergence out of the depths of the unconscious, in encountering the transpersonal at the horizon of consciousness—we repeatedly come out of the darkness and go back into the darkness. It is a fundamental part of existence. As the poet William Stafford made clear, “the darkness around us is deep.” And yet we live in m…
  • Darkness is our first reality, the looming riddle of our becoming. Throughout our lives—in the circadian rhythms of sleep and waking, in the creative imagination waiting for emergence out of the depths of the unconscious, in encountering the transpersonal at the horizon of consciousness—we repeatedly come out of the darkness and go back into the darkness. It is a fundamental part of existence. As the poet William Stafford made clear, “the darkness around us is deep.” And yet we live in m…
  • Darkness is our first reality, the looming riddle of our becoming. Throughout our lives—in the circadian rhythms of sleep and waking, in the creative imagination waiting for emergence out of the depths of the unconscious, in encountering the transpersonal at the horizon of consciousness—we repeatedly come out of the darkness and go back into the darkness. It is a fundamental part of existence. As the poet William Stafford made clear, “the darkness around us is deep.” And yet we live in m…
  • The Future, we’re often told, is now. An arrogant yet convincing argument given the mind numbing sums of money currently spent on ‘new technologies.’ We now have equipment and devices specifically designed and marketed to make life easier by eliminating such supposedly burdensome relics as books, or fresh air. From smart phones to smart bombs we are blinded by the shining light of an insatiable zeal to innovate, consume, destroy, and innovate again in a cycle that seems truly endless, not…
  • Herons in the tideflats             Have no thought forStates of Cars             —I’m sick of car exhaust Gary Snyder, from Night Highway 99 Everything that breathes is hungry, and rust never sleeps. This is the larger vista. It is where we can step outside of our delusions, rising like a heron out of the pain and suffering over what we’ve done to the natural world. It is a view that, despite our guilt and self-blame, acknowledges the simultaneous hurt and beauty of this co…