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Voids At Opposite Ends Voids At Opposite Ends
When we consider voids, I think we're apt to think of them as dark. It occurred to me, though, that voids could also be light. The particular dark and light "voids" of this series, based on rock formations found in Phoenix and Fountain Hills, Arizona, also address the duality of mind and the natural world echoing as one and the same.
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'The World' Series 'The World' Series
Expressing aspects and elements of The World(s) through compositions based on and inspired by rock faces and formations of the Arizona desert define the primary focus of these works.
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Carrying The Weight Of The World Carrying The Weight Of The World
Built around the theme of Earth Bones as an homage to the Earth, these compositions are based on and inspired by rock faces and/or formations found in the Arizona desert.
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Elements Of Change Elements Of Change
With compositions based on and inspired by rocks found in the Arizona desert, these paintings reflect the ever-changing world and are presented, in groups of three, as one of the Classic Elements of Fire, Water, Air, or Earth.
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Autumnal Imprints - A Visual Journal Autumnal Imprints - A Visual Journal
A continuation of the elements within the Vessels and Both Sides At Once series, specifically with inspirations drawn from exploring Arizona, including Monument Valley, Canyon de Chelly, and Hannigan's Meadow, during the Fall of 2017.

Vessels/Both Sides At Once Vessels/Both Sides At Once
The Vessels, symbolic of us, are both the externalization of our inner space and the internalization of our outer space. Both Sides At Once are paintings of symbolism and metaphor representing the inner and the outer, and light and dark, infused with the spiritual.