Thursday, November 10, 2016

Meteor And Cherry Pie Mess 55"x 51"

To those who put this in office, I hope your instincts are correct because to me it looks like a train wreck.

Monday, October 24, 2016

The Middle Way; Becoming Unknown In The Heat Of An Ordinary Moment 32.5" x 26"

Living in the days of increased anti-gravity, is driving hordes of people insane. To deal with that instability, some are attaching themselves to their more base instincts such as, violence, hatred, greed and isolation. Anti-gravity, if relaxed into, can lead to the opening of mind-at-large (the font of creativity). In order to maintain balance both while passing into that realm and the awakening within it, a mental state of doubtlessness is required. To the degree doubtlessness is achieved, it is to that degree that balance will be achieved within the realm of anti-gravity.  

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Desperation And The Road To The Final Floor 27"x 34"

The problem with freedom is that it is free of the things, mental or physical, that encumber or trap a person or group. To be free is to be empty of all those things that bind that person or group. The problem with emptiness is that there is nothing to hold on to - no binding. The shock of that can lead to thrashing about like a drowning person desperately reaching for something stable, something "real". The problem with that is, what "real" means is something familiar. The problem with that is, the familiar is so because it is predigested - already experienced in some form. Something already experienced is past experience. To wish for a repeat of that experience and the memory it brings, is the road to disappointment. It can not be repeated. So now we have, simultaneously, unfamiliar emptiness, and the effort to recreate a non repeatable familiar. What we have now is the recipe for: DESPERATION AND THE ROAD TO THE FLOOR.

Thursday, September 15, 2016

Finding Rock Bottom 29"x 35"

...in which the artist catches a glimpse of himself  reflected in the cool blue water of a portalet.

Thursday, June 30, 2016

By The Light Of The Silvery Tube 24"x20

He basks in the light of his own projection which casts a shadow of his future self as a reciprocal version of the same thing, modified by power outages and other factors, calculated to give the impression of a consistent view in an otherwise shaky behavioral pattern.

Thursday, June 16, 2016

Picasso Ate Me 23"x 18"

The mundane cracks open revealing a glimpse of eternity as infinite variation.

Thursday, June 9, 2016

Fly On The Pie 16.5"X 37"

Fly on the pie
like an eye in the sky
breaks free from the thing once held bound and choking.
Openly goes
where once there was knows
now knowing inside out there was nothing.

Thursday, May 12, 2016

Close Inspection Dissolves The Apparent Into The Presence Of Emptiness 26"x 27"

The one thing can't be something, it must be nothing. If the one thing is something, then it is so by comparison. If there is comparison, then the one thing is not alone in its oneness. To be one it must be nothing.