Posted on December 16, 2017
‘Tribute to Don Messer’-2017, 45″x45″
This is the time of year when new memories are made and old ones are enjoyed…
Don Messer was the youngest of 11 children and began playing fiddle at the age of five. This huge beautiful fiddle sculpture is a tribute to him in Harvey, the town closest to Tweedside, New Brunswick where he was born. The fiddle is “larger than life” just like he was.
Canadians couldn’t get enough of Don Messer, as television came of age in the 50’s and 60’s. He popularized East Coast fiddle music wherever he went… and he went everywhere, entertaining Canadians young and old.
Posted on November 29, 2017
‘Tatters and Towers-PEI’-2017, 40″x40″
We had the pleasure of visiting old and new friends in PEI this summer. They have serious wind power opportunities and they’re moving ahead with it! As everywhere; the New is confronting the Old. I thought this wind power project, in a potato field was interesting…
Posted on November 20, 2017
Posted on November 15, 2017
‘Box Canyon Dream #1’-2006, 40″x 90″
I wanted to go to Georgia O’keeffe’s ‘Ghost Ranch’ in New Mexico. I love desert and I was hoping to understand New Mexico’s attraction, to O’keeffe. I can say; it has a timeless and dangerous beauty, that can kill you and Wow you, at the same time. For a creative person; it is an intoxicating mix of otherworldly beauty, immersed in a unique and dangerous palette.
Ghost Ranch is awesome!
Posted on November 6, 2017
Posted on October 20, 2017
My Dog “George” thinks he owns this forest!
He carefully sniffs and dispenses his “social media communications” on all his carefully selected spots. He carefully analyses everything through his nose. I’m convinced he’s primarily a nose attached to a brain… Like any dog; if you don’t distract him from his nose, you won’t get his attention.
How do dogs dream?
I’ll take a shot at it; here’s George having an “out of body, experience”…
Posted on October 16, 2017
North Cape Study #2, 2017-40″x 40″
The beautiful North Cape of Prince Edward Island is melting into the ocean. Its fragile coastline, takes a beating with every storm. The erosion is alarming and beautiful at the same time.
It’s Natures beautiful creative-destructive sculptural collaboration, between sea and land…