Category Archives: ART

Maslow’s Mesa

Maslow’s Mesa • 60×48 • Acrylic and Gold on Canvas Self Actualization may come in steps, but is there really an hierarchy? Maybe we experience elements of “Self” Actualization intermittently, even if we are hungry or we feel alone.

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City

36×36 Acrylic and Gold on Canvas 36x36Acrylic and Gold on Canvas Los Angeles, California: A city of Creativity (gold) attempting to manuever it’s way through the grids of complicated, somewhat chaotic, pathways. The heat, the lights, the random paths, the … Continue reading

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Followers

Followers 72×60 Acrylic and Gold on Canvas Twelve entities walking in a gray fog. Their minds are closing as they follow, leaving less and less room for enlightenment which is represented by the gold. This painting is layered over a … Continue reading

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Meeting of the Minds

Meeting of the Minds 36×36 Acrylic and Gold on Canvas When  people, from different paths, unite in agreement, in thought, in understanding, a spark ignites in the mind. That spark can turn into a blaze when it finds the heart, where … Continue reading

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Asleep Upon Arrival

Asleep Upon Arrival 36×36 mixed medium on canvas Through the blurry eyes of the nearly awake, one can see a closing door. As a society we have been asleep while so many things have entered and changed the very nature … Continue reading

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Pollinating Period (Blue Moon)

Pollinating Period (Blue Moon) 36×48 Acrylic and Gold on Canvas As a woman approaches the middle of her life, the opportunities to birth a child, or create progeny, become fewer and fewer until those opportunities are as rare as a … Continue reading

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Significance of Man

Significance of Man 40×30 Acrylic and Gold on Canvas To know we exist, we reflect upon that which is beyond us as something that resides within us. We aspire to be larger than that which we are, yet we contain our … Continue reading

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Starving on Stained Glass

Starving on Stained Glass 40×30 Acrylic and Gold on Canvas The Church has always announced itself as a friend to the poor. So many seek food, shelter, and comfort in the faith based social services available when society does not … Continue reading

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Eyes of Fallen Kings

Eyes of Fallen Kings 36×36 Acrylic and Gold on Canvas A true leader can see beyond the horizon of his own lifetime. There will always be the greedy and the power mongers beckoning. A great leader hears only the voices … Continue reading

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In the Past

In the Past 36×36 Acrylic and Gold on Canvas Passion lives in the present and in the future. Sentiment can hold us prisoner to memories we generate in idealistic creativity. It appears beautiful in retrospect. To continue the odyssey of … Continue reading

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