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"Lighthouse" my geometric oil painting from 2000

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"Lighthouse" my geometric oil painting from 2000

"Lighthouse" is an oil painting I created in the year 2000.  At that time I was very concerned with learning to have faith in a higher power...

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"Harmonic Vibrations" Giclee Prints in Beautiful Homes

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"Harmonic Vibrations" Giclee Prints in Beautiful Homes

Two wonderful buyers of my prints recently sent me these images of "Harmonic Vibrations" in their lovely homes.  

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Color is a Language

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Color is a Language

A bit of prose came to me while I was painting in silence with no music, no audiobook, no TV. I figured I'd better write it down before someone else does :) It also named the painting for me. [...]

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"Higher Vibration and Lifting Clouds"

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"Higher Vibration and Lifting Clouds"

I have a new painting titled "Lifting Clouds" and it's a nice companion piece to "Higher Vibration". Both painting are vertical, textured and painted on 18x36 inch canvases that are 1.5 inches deep. The textures are different, "Lifting Clouds" has an impasto texture made with a palette knife, and the sides are finished with smooth brushwork. "Harmonic Vibrations" has a surface created from acrylic mediums and sand, and this texture is continued around the sides.  Both paintings have a simil [...]

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When Artists Lose Their Inspiration

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When Artists Lose Their Inspiration

I sometimes hear artist friends speak about losing their connection to their muse, or their inspiration. I think this can happen when an artist is over-thinking what it is to be an artist.I do have advice for my friends who are feeling disconnected from their inspiration, advice which comes from my own experiences:Stop looking at art on the internet and go to an art museum. There is a lot of amateur art on the internet and that's OK, but we don't have to fill our minds with it. We artists who ma [...]

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