In his Four Quartets, poet T.S. Eliot, describes an experience with music like this: “music heard so deeply that it is not heard at all, but you are the music while the music last.” Once in awhile music played with passion and eloquence stirs me to this point. And it seems that for music to […]
This is a sneak peak of a piece that is still under construction! But I thought it might be fun to give you a hint of what is to come. The final piece will be 22×30″ but the image here is perhaps one eighth of the completed painting. This painted paper quilt is a celebration […]
Yet another Native American dancer in my growing series ,this colorful highly feathered dancer was part of an impressive family of Aztec dancers at a recent powwow at Red Clay State Park near Cleveland TN. This watercolor was rendered on rice paper, giving it added texture.