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Rose:Heart:Flame #3 - 300dpi

Rose/Heart/Flame, from a series of small paintings completed last spring, is now on view at Gebert Contemporary, 558 Canyon Road.  The more I think about this work, the less I want to define it for you, the viewer.  Let the shapes be anything, from fire to rose petals, and let them speak directly to your heart.

Elegy #18  watercolor on layered translucent Yupo paper 40 x 41

Elegy #18
watercolor on layered translucent Yupo paper
40 x 41″

I’ve added a new page to this site, a “gallery”showing a selection of paintings from this past year.  Altogether, there are over 30 Elegies and Releases.  Not only was it important to honor Wayne’s memory in this way, these were also the only paintings I could have made while grieving.  The series has taken me into some new territory of emotional expression.  Without any deliberation on my part, they reflect the range of my feelings and provide images of spiritual movement and change.  As you will see if you click on the “Elegy” page button (above) I have also in some cases dropped the repetitive elements that have been mainstays for several years.

Escalera #1 - Limited edition digital print from Santa Fe Editions

Escalera #1 – Limited edition digital print from Santa Fe Editions

Santa Fe Editons is publishing a series of 3 prints, the result of a collaboration between me and Gary Mankus, the printmaker.   Based on my watercolor work, they have been manipulated on the computer and printed on fine archival paper.   Santa Fe Editions presents work from some of Santa Fe’s best and best-known artists.  I am honored to have work in their collection. To see all three compositions go to santafeeditions.com

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