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August 1, ’21

It is true one can be an artist anywhere. Recognition is not included in the equation. There has only been one thing more important than my work. It is hard for me to believe this even as I write it, but it is true. The only other thing that has taken priority is living my […]

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and The Resolution

For many years I have worked with earth as medium in my work; not as something to give texture to a painting – but to give it life. My work is about the earth, my relationship to it and your relationship to it as well. I have decided to make drawings. Moving away from the […]

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Harry Jackson

As simple and direct as Jackson. I saw a small show of Jackson’s work at the Wyoming State Museum. There is a larger show concurrently at the Nicolaysen in Casper. For those of you who don’t know of Jackson, he passed away in 2011. Originally from Chicago, in part inspired by the cattle drives to […]

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Wyoming Floats

Wyoming floats and we can float in it when we are there. The land and its history make it so. Those who live there have a different perspective and more importantly a different perception. This is perhaps of the greatest importance for the artists there. In the Buddhist tradition it is our perception which roots […]

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Wyoming Mind

I am up early thinking on an animated dinner conversation with a small, dear, group last night. Ridiculously, perhaps, thoughts of O’Keeffe arise. Her reputation for speaking her mind – even more so as she got older.  Some did not like this, others prized her for it. She did not suffer fools it seems, nor do […]

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