The Departure Of The Yin & Yang Expedition

Acrylic on reclaimed wood, 8″x8″

I’ve always been fascinated with old sailing ships. Specifically, those of the 16th & 17th centuries. I don’t know why, but ever since I was quite small they’ve held some sort of a draw for me. Maybe it was Errol Flynn style pirate movies or something. 

The adventurers Yin & Yang are leaving (at night!) for an expedition to parts unknown. Off to explore. To discover. Onward to Adventure! Oh man, I can literally feel the excitement. 

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Star Featherheart


Acrylic on reclaimed wood, 6”x10″

So is this someone’s name, or is it a metaphor for how life works? These are the sorts of thoughts that keep my mind occupied and happy. But of course, it doesn’t have to mean anything, does it?

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Spinning Sun

Acrylic on reclaimed wood, 5″x14″

I think sometimes that maybe the sun just can’t help itself from spinning like a pinwheel and radiating out life and light. And in that light all that other life stuff like love and joy. 

You have to respect the sun for its unfathomable power, but I wonder if it has a fun side also. I think it must. 

This small artwork is is available for just $152.00, ready to hang with attached paracord and sides attractively painted black. No framing required or desired. Perfect for small or intimate spaces!

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The Light That Shines Both Ways

Acrylic on canvas panel, 9″x12″

Both ways: into the future but also into the past. The light of love and forgiveness. Or at least of letting go and moving on. Most importantly, the light of love and forgiveness for one’s self.

Or maybe I’m making too much of it and it’s just a picturesque view by sea?

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Gilded Leaf In A Green Cage

Acrylic on canvas, 8″x10″

Sometimes I wonder if our well meaning Green movement has become a mental box that we put nature in so that we can think we’re actually doing something good. But in fact we’re just worshipping the idea of nature as long as it’s not too much of a hassle to actually do anything to make things better?

Do you ever wonder the same thing? Especially for us artists with our choices of supplies & mediums…

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In The Heat Of The Suns

Acrylic on canvas, 8″x10″

Like anything else that’s good, too much of a good thing is not. Twice as much sun sounds good in the depths of winter, but don’t be fooled. Just ask the lush tropical forests that we now call the Sahara desert.

By the way, this painting is based on the same basic drawing as my earlier painting, “Pool Party.”  

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Partly Cloudy @ The Lake

Acrylic on panel, 6″x6″

I never know what the difference is between partly cloudy or partly sunny. Isn’t it the same thing? Like the glass being half full or half empty? It’s the same darn glass with the same amount of water (or other beverage of your choice).

White clouds. Blue skies. A beautiful lake and green hills. Ahhhh.

This small artwork is available for just $96.00, ready to hang with attached paracord and sides attractively painted black. No framing required or desired. Perfect for small or intimate spaces!

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The Brick Road

The Brick Road Acrylic 8”x8” on reclaimed wood.

If you live (or have visited) one of those picturesque places where they still have brick roads, you know how pretty they are. And how bumpy they are compared to a modern asphalt or concrete paved highway.

But brick and cobblestone roads are infinitely better than the dirt — and often, mud — roads that preceded them.

Things don’t have to be perfect. They just need to be a bit better. And then a bit better again. Which is how we got from taming fire aeons ago to 5G networks. Roads — brick, mud or footpaths, lead into the future.

Or maybe there’s no deeper meaning here, and it’s just a pretty country lane.

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They Come Out at Night

they-come-out-at-nightOf course they do. But like the stars, it’s more that they’re just harder to see in the daytime.

Fairies? Elementals, orbs, spirits, birds with flashlights? Well, probably not that.

Those familiar with them tell how they tend to exhibit disconcertingly intelligent, even playful, behavior too which makes them even more fascinating. Or weird, depending on how you look at it.

Which of course brings us to Shakespeare, who wrote “there are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy.”

Solid advice if you ask me. Which of course you didn’t, but so what?

Good ol’ Shakespeare.

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Night Blooms

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So few flowers bloom at night, it’s almost an oxymoron. But some do, and they’re all the more precious because of it.

In many ways, we are now in a time of darkness in our world, perhaps entering an even darker time. There have been others, some much worse, and the cusp we are now on could actually go either way.

The flowers can’t hold back the darkness. But they can bring life and beauty to the darkness. Those who do, do a great service to us all. They remind us to hold on until the dawn.

And there is always a dawn.

This image is from my new gallery, Paintings — check it out here when you get a chance.

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