Put some shade and color in your day.
Who cares what they say: Make some art!
What is light and what is shadow?
The piece below was influenced by a tax increase that pushed Japan’s economy into a recession.
Spooky! Been soundlessly working with sculpture.
Empires rise and empires fall
~Three for the road.
We are a very small species interlacing through a tiny sector of time and nature.
~ Everything is connected.
“She watched the reactor blow while plasma tinklings lull space-time”
(Oil on canvas 2014)
While in Kyoto I made a piece or artwork titled: The Lady and the Wormhole.
The gardens in the city set a mood of serenity and quiet embrace. I was working on a short story about a woman who could travel through space using her garden as the vehicle. I had a dream about her wearing a blue kimono using the small magical landscape to travel through time. In Japan the landscape is part of the history of the town or the prefecture. The Shinto religion is ancient in the country and it holds trees, springs and mountains to be places of spiritual power. It would seem any of the gardens I visited would have the possibility for intergalactic transformation, well at least in my imagination.
~She is an android with a backpack full of friends.
Ella es como un robot!
Music creates stars inside the spaces.
Halloween inside Christmas.
(That’s exactly what I mean!)
“Painting is just another way to fly.”
December’s Tokyo Angel (Oil on canvas)
Winter delivers strange tokyo angel.
Flight through the franchise.
I saw it, I heard it —>Metropolitan colors vertical,
White calls giant metal rectangles
Float through the neon.
I spoke it, I learned it —>Urban violet spreads,
~Time shuffles through a path, memory seems to walk beyond the trees.
(“Remember” Oil Painting)
~Through the trees I saw two mysterious koropokkuru
having fun by the great mount Fuji.
Remembrance for the forgotten.