Sara Barnes

January 30, 2010

Check out this young artist’s work. Lovely use of colour and fabric and ideas. Sara‘s work reminds me of some stuff I did for my kid’s stories.

Dad finds the dead body

January 30, 2010

There is a secret life, a hidden world that operates at the peripheral edge of our sight. With all the new gadgets like puters, ipods, tv, cell phones, we have so many distractions that we overlook this mysterious world. Maybe for the best.

Vik Munitz

January 29, 2010

Odd how I feel as if I should have known this artist before. But didn’t. God, there are so many people doing great stuff. This is a video on Munitz‘a work.

Murder in the Cathedral

January 28, 2010

I’m at a loss. I think I first saw this as the massacre of innocents amongst the flowers.

hard drive melt down

January 27, 2010

lost many operating programs…. lost years of work… going into the hospital for a medical maintenance… bad week all around

Ships Ahoy!

January 24, 2010

I don’t think I had titles for the originals of these. I couldn’t figure out what to call them so I gave them numbers. A lot of them were surreal attempts at balance. Birds in air. Ships on water. Flowers on legs. Legs on tip toes. The question I now ask is, why balance? Why is there balance in the human face? On the human frame? In nature? etc. Good and evil? God and satan? Right and wrong? Is it because non-balance could not survive? Does evolution insist on two sides to every coin? Balance is beauty. Why beauty?

Collateral Damage

January 22, 2010

Went bowling. What an unproductive use of one’s time. I had a good time. The key to successful bowling is to have friends who are worse than you. That’s what a friend told me after he won his second game of the day.

In the War of Roses there was a lot of collateral damage. Mostly virgins, old ladies, and cabbage. It was during the War of Roses that beets were invented. They look like little hearts and were given as gifts to jilted lovers.

War Memorial

January 20, 2010

The bottom of the sea is a graveyard.


January 19, 2010

It must be the meds I’m taking.

Jiving Stem Plants

January 19, 2010

I don’t know what the title means. Some kind of rhythm between parallel lines running vertical and horizontal.

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