Creating is rarely easy

I’m sitting at a desk, in a house on a farm, looking out a window. I’m not watching what’s happening outside the window, even though it is the most glorious day to look upon. It’s so lovely that I could be feeling guilt for not being out there in that day full of sun and […]

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Maple syrup sweetness and gut punch bitterness.

One month (and a bit) into this grand experiment of making-one’s-way-through-life-via-art and I feel great, and horrible. Maple syrup sweetness and gut punch bitterness. Crappy pieces of mail and wonderful friends. Not that these are sides of coins, or that I believe life is as simple as binary examples would imply. I just know that […]

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Perspective

Throughout the summer of 2020 I worked on a series of paintings called 1.5 Million Balloons.  I had thought about these paintings for a couple years and decided to stop thinking and start painting, thanks pandemic!  They started out as an exercise, an attempt, something just for me. As I shared them on social media, […]

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Trusting the Mystery

Once again I’m revamping my website.  My inner monologue wants to be negative and start a long winded case about sticking with things.  Unfortunately, or rather fortunately, I’m not buying that bullshit anymore.  Change is good.  Trust the mystery.  Each time I start over here I feel like I have a better idea of what […]

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