Monthly Archives: January 2014

Mark Making/Making Meaning

Our past studio—industrial– LOUD, squealing trains; overpass and docked cargo ships just the other side of the grain elevator, etc.  A gardener maintained a serene space behind corrugated tin—a slice of charm. That last summer the garden spilled to the … Continue reading

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What If?

Facing the studio after not. Partial paintings intrigue. Sort of.  What shall they be? No clue. No ideas. Blocked. Facing dinner in the morning. ( I hate making dinner at dinnertime. ) Pork loin thawed—pulled pork? Green chilies, tortillas and … Continue reading

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Round and Round

A New Year, a clean slate—time for a recap, a visit to ye ole stand-by ideas, but ideas that keep fresh the intent of the creative spirit. Starting with the lessons Robert Henri (pronounced Hen-rye), who was a beloved and … Continue reading

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