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A View Anew, archival computer print (ed. 50), 16 x 12 or 32 x 24 in.

It's almost as if the serenity of the last 2019 piece required a balancing. In the days that followed the making of that piece, I became very disappointed in the place I was, in terms of career and personal relationships. I wrote that feeling out, then put it over part of Green Sun, a very old painting, made years ago when I had similar feelings. However, I was not content with just that, so I though of putting the green sun and words of disappointment into a flow, for some reason thought of as vertical rather than horizontal. The flow field came from a photo of asphalt, much manipulated to show a certain quantum lightness. My appearances in that flow seemed to just "come."

Entry, archival computer print (ed. 50), 12 x 16 in. or 24 x 32 in.

I, as artist-person, with symbolic influences.




Reader by a Fire, archival computer print (ed. 50), 12 x 16 in. or 24 x 32 in. Wanting to keep up sketching on iPad skills, I sketched Jan reading by our fireplace. The next day, I got to wondering if I might use the iPad to create a more finished work. An accidental fill error gave me the idea to weaken the sketch of the person, as if losing the self in an environment. It took a surprising amount of detail work to get this to look right.