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March 2010


March 2010



Jet engine. Overseas. Early spring.
3.1.2010


Meeting the tree. Time for results. The work swings from inward to outward.
3.2.2010


Flow of ideas. Intense. Sparse. Concentrated. Dilute. Compressed. Dispersed. And around they go bridging the gap until the next wave.
3.3.2010


Leaving and arriving. Excitement, energy and ideas.
3.4.2010


Porticos. A view from above. New work hanging. Fish, wine and fancy plates.
3.5.2010


Pause. In the hour before the opening I sit in a quiet park and sketch.
3.6.2010


Recovery. Reshuffling ideas. Searching for the ocean.
3.7.2010


Whirlwind. Time alone. Spinning ideas in the air. Safe landing.
3.9.2010


Cycles returning. The circular river persists. Echos of winter in the spring.
3.10.2010


Abstract goals. Distant deadlines.
3.11.2010


Facing the infinite. Take time, everyday, to look at the blank canvas and imagine.
3.12.2010


Cycles again? Drawing cycles? Why cycles? Whose cycles? You're cycles?
3.13.2010


Lining up the moments. What does it mean when the patterns match?
3.14.2010


Abrupt shifts. Moving task to task. Phone. Text. Browser. Moments don't match up. What carves a deeper channel?
3.15.2010


The perfect wave. What flows together to form the seamless moments of our experience?
3.16.2010


Part of the fabric.
3.17.2010


Lost in thought...
3.18.2010


Growing complexity.
3.19.2010


Boundaries dissolve. Experience doesn't fit in a frame.
3.20.2010


New season. New perspective. New windows opening.
3.21.2010


One moment slips into the next. Activities become objects whose memories turn to rituals before new thoughts arise from the echos.
3.22.2010


Images cycle. Past and present meet. Old styles resonate freshly when the time is right.
3.23.2010


Cycles of cycles. Patterns within each moment. Chance overlaps. Multitasking. The synchronous rhythms of energetic forms.
3.24.2010


Quiet tasks. Simple lines.
3.25.2010


In flight. Limited choices. Conditioned environment. Non-ordinary movement.
3.26.2010


Remnants. Missing parts. Gathering pieces. Constantly trying to make things fit.
3.28.2010


A flower called clover. A father weaves his little girl's first clover chain necklace as spring arrives in the south.
3.29.2010


Catching his first fish seems as mysterious and exciting to a young boy as fighting a dragon. After boredom, patience and austerity the magic cork goes under and he pulls the creature from the deep. Possible danger, wonder, pride, celebration, death and catfish dinner all merge into a new inner knowing.
3.30.2010


The new grows over the old. How much is different and how much the same?
3.31.2010