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★ Still Lifes And Representin’ ★

Dezember 2013

I’ve been doing some still lifes for the past few weeks in between my normal work. They are great practice and I love the narratives that can occur when certain objects are placed next to each other. This one is of a skull and a piston head (from my 1953 Buick engine rebuild). I like the idea of these two “used” heads sitting next to each other.

In other news I just got accepted into an online gallery in Scottsdale, AZ. It’s called Xanadu Gallery. You can find my page here. If I’m one of the top sellers I’ll be invited to have work in their actual Scottsdale, AZ gallery. So it’s a stepping stone and a great one. I’m extremely excited about this opportunity as I’m officially represented by this wonderful gallery. I hope every one has a fun and safe holiday season and I’ll see you all next year!

Until the next 30 moons…


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I grew up with a veterinarian as a father and an artist as a mother. Having a father as a veterinarian instilled in me a deep affinity for animals. All the animal companions we took in were rejects from Dad’s practice whom clients had left behind.

Helping out at my father’s practice gave me direct behind-the-scenes access into the lives of animals on a daily basis. It is hard to pinpoint an exact time, but I was very young when I slowly realized that animals were not all that different than humans. Time and time again I saw various cats and dogs expressing emotion and feeling beyond basic instinct. Witnessing both happy moments and not so happy moments between owners and pets made me realize the massive impact animals have on humans and vice versa. Some call it energy. Some call it spirit. But we can all agree that there is something connecting us all. To paraphrase: We are not animal beings having a spiritual experience. We are spiritual beings having an animal experience.

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