Tag: colorado plateau

Restlessness

Restlessness

| May 26, 2016 | 11 Replies

I believe that curiosity, wonder, and passion are defining qualities of imaginative minds and great teachers; that restlessness and discontent are vital things; and that intense experience and suffering instruct us in ways less intense emotions can never do. ~Kay Redfield Jamison I had to visit the canyon again, not for any reason I could […]

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The Interval

The Interval

| June 23, 2015 | 3 Replies

I have asked myself whether the short time given us would be better used in an attempt to understand the whole of the universe or to assimilate what is within our reach. –Paul Cézanne I wonder, sometimes, if by dedicating my work mostly to the desert of my home I may have set my sights […]

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Working From Home

Working From Home

| February 15, 2014 | 8 Replies

It may be true that art should be able to stand on its own, but I find that my appreciation of a given work almost always benefits significantly from knowing something about the artist, why they do what they do and how it relates to their stories and other forces in their life. In an […]

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Canyon Time

Canyon Time

| December 5, 2013 | 2 Replies

  As I have for quite a few years, among the first things I do after a long absence is spend a couple of days by myself in a remote canyon, to reconnect with old friends – places and spirits, rock and water, remnants of past cultures, dark nights, deep silence, cottonwoods and sagebrush and […]

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It was a Warm and Stormy Night

It was a Warm and Stormy Night

| August 3, 2010 | 10 Replies

It started like any other summer Friday in Torrey. Right around 5pm a peaceful silence falls over the town and the work week is almost palpably over. Despite the sparse traffic, on days like this I like to stay at the gallery a bit further into the evening, not so much for the sales potential […]

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