On The Move
The sheer power of horses galloping over a field, generating enormous amounts of energy as they fly across the land, was the motivation for this work. The impression created by this scene was so powerful that the coloration used to portray the animals had more to do with actual force in nature that they seemed to represent, more important than the actual hues of the horses themselves.
This painting was initially displayed at the Minnetonka Center for Art Education in the mid '80s, and then toured Minnesota as part of a larger collection of work by Minnesota artists.
Barn & Silo, Pioneer Trail
On The Move
Alizaron Crimson Winter
Layered Memories with Self Portrait
Rock and Pond Serenade
Laurie's Vision Revisited
Constructivist Vending Machine
The Many Faces of Beauty on the Web
Death on the Web
The Reconfiguration of Art Education
The Fantasy - Sci Fi Genre Comes of Age
Art as Memorial
Keeping the Peace - Art Prefacing Memorials
Humor in Art or "A Line Is A Dot That Went For A Walk"
Hanging With The Masters In Cyberspace
The Art Interface
Exploring The Contemporary Art Interface
Congruent Perspectives Radiating From Multiple Centers: 2002 NAEA Convention
An Autobiographical Look At Reflective Spaces
Continuing to Find Artistic Humor and Direction in an Emerging World
Visions in Stone
Creativity - A Limitless Frontier
Line of Flight
Without a Particular Point of Departure
Visual literacy: renaissance of the 21st century?
Journeying between a tractor and the internet
a foray into the aesthetics of multi media art