As humans I believe we live in a mosh of inconsistencies, incongruities, incompatibilities.
This is my contemporary version of the Medieval “Canticle of the Creatures” With joy we greet you Brother Sun and Blue Sky! You brighten and enliven all. Ah, Sister Moon, such a comfort, your soft glow companions us, and with the stars twinkling by your...
You know the saying, “to do a job well, you need the right tool.”
Many Christian artists take the time of the 40 days of Lent to engage in an artistic spiritual practice. I have never felt called to do that until this year.
One of my earliest large murals in process. “The Canticle” received monthly visits from the architect, building managers and collaborator during its yearlong fabricationl
My interest in the arts began very early; going back to my single digit years and my parents’ amazement at my ability to draw “freehand,” in the phrase of the day. In elementary school if art contests were had, they often resulted in prizes for me. In one notorious...