FROM “THE SECRET LIFE OF PLANTS”

“Infinite Vitality,” available as limited edition, museum quality prints.  See the Gallery page for details. I have a favorite passage from “The Secret Life of Plants” by Peter Tompkins and Christopher Bird, regarding William A. Tiller, chief of the Materials Science Department at Stanford University: “Tiller speculated that the radiation or energy coming out of … Continue reading

HAPPY BELTANE, WESAK AND FULL MOON, 2012

"Infinite Hope"

Six weeks have passed since my last posting.  I had thought that posting would be a monthly event, but it has organically developed into the traditional, cross-quarter interval with today being the exact mid-point of the Spring growing season.  It is a time conducive for cultivating Hope. Daring to hope with your whole heart is … Continue reading

HAPPY SPRING EQUINOX 2012

KORU GROWTH PATTERNS. Copper, aluminum and composition gold leaf, sheet mica, mother-of-pearl, abalone, pigments, resin on 24″ x 24″ wood panels. Will be in “Innovators and Legends: Generations in Textiles and Fiber,” a traveling group show curated by Geary Jones and originating at the Muskegon Museum of Art, MI in December, 2012. Listen. It’s Spring! … Continue reading

INFINITE QUALITIES: art that supports the healing process

  The Infinite Qualities series of floral mandalas came about in answer to two questions: “How can my work benefit the greatest number of people?” and “How can visual art support the healing process?”  The circular, mandalic format represents integrity, interconnection and perfection.  Each mandala convey s a quality essential to wellbeing: hope, vitality, compassion, … Continue reading