Monthly Archives: March 2014

Triage

Originally posted March 6, 2011 Wondering if this was my last picture show, as I try to get through this visual art block… triage – to sort out, sift or to determine priorities as in treatment or in battle, survival; that’s … Continue reading

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Tsunamis and the Trappist Mindset

Originally posted March 13, 2011   How can I do anything more then think, more so meditate on the happenings of the last three days?  The Japanese have just experienced the worst earthquake in  1200 years.  Both of their nuclear … Continue reading

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Tribal Symbols

Tuckta, 1989 This was an old drawing based on a remembrance of a child that was given to me wrapped in his papoose board from his native reservation.  I don’t remember the name of his tribe but the baby’s name … Continue reading

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“I think making…

“I think making art is trying to respond to being alive, to learning about death and how things mingle. It’s what you paint about. That’s why people care about it.” -Elizabeth Murray 1940-2007

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