Ancient Vessels

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Returning to ancient sources offers opportunities for re-invention and discovery. The enigmatic imagery and classical forms of ancient civilizations tantalize with their indecipherable mysteries.  Borrowing two thousand year old shapes and merging them with contemporary landscape images took art history … Continued

The Cat’s Tail, and Other Abstractions

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In early childhood we learn to attach words to pictures. In later adulthood we continue to conceive of images through schematic pictographs whether we are photographing, sketching, doodling or painting.  Examining how we begin and advance this process allows me … Continued

Spring from History

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Our brains have acquired models for spring; for art in spring, for gardens in spring, for poetry in spring. When making pictures these models have plasticity. If you are well versed in art history, you may fuse your knowledge with … Continued

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