Like other intuitive works, this journal's imagery originated more from my creative subconscious than any intentional concept development. As I have gotten older, I’ve made an effort to be more present and aware of my instincts and intuition. Interestingly, I can now look back at works I created over the past few years, and see... Continue Reading →
Through the month of October 2015, my work pertaining to the themes of Dr. Faustus and The Tempest were on display at the Theatre Garage in Minneapolis. This lobby exhibition was created in conjunction with the aforementioned shows performed by Classical Actors Ensemble, and closed on Halloween. Coming up this October 2016, I will be... Continue Reading →
As I mentioned in my previous post regarding a series of works created with the unifying theme of Dr. Faustus, The Tempest was my second series of works exhibited during October of 2015 at the Theatre Garage.
I was asked to create artwork for lobby exhibitions with the Classical Actors Ensemble, a Shakespearean theatre company in Minneapolis. During their fall and spring seasons, they alternate between two different plays. In October 2015, they performed Dr. Faustus at the Theatre Garage. These are my five works pertaining to Faustus that accompanied the performance:
Moonlight Sonata She listens beside the ocean for love songs of dead sailors, Spanish pirates, and Viking warriors. The soft moan of the sky cries across the stars. The moon shapeshifts to the faces of those she lost But she hungers for her prince. The castle just seems too big and her nights are no... Continue Reading →
Rabbit Hole (Or, We’re All Mad Here) When Alice was a little girl, She would run to the backyard elm, And hiding in its shadow, She would day dream til the dinner bell. There was a little hole at the Base of that old umbrella tree, Where she saw white rabbits sprinting In and out,... Continue Reading →
Project Introduction: Last September, I was approached by a local actor/writer/poet asking if I was interested in collaborating on a body of work combining both poetry and art. I had met him a couple of times at other art events, and he seemed like a nice enough human. I was ready to take on a... Continue Reading →