Gratitude by Agnes MartinAgnes Martin, Gratitude, 2001

Thinking about Agnes Martin. At a glance her paintings appear to be so simple, yet they are somehow infused with her vision and inquiry in ways that elude description, always marveling.

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retro tech dreams

As we know, my art brain sometimes finds technical maintenance (and typos) to be rather challenging. Apologies for the disruption to this website—turns out a freakish server issue had popped up but I was slow to grok, we’re back now. Feeling luddite, appreciating vintage tech. Thanks for bearing with.

3/13/23 Art brain strikes again, resolved.

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mini arts

New in the studio—a laser cut on holographic paper, based on my sculpture Ghost Pearls. Looks like I’ll be having a viewing event for the full-scale Ghost Pearls architectural sculpture as an open studio a bit later this year.

Vibes lately

sci fi moment

Having a sci-fi moment. Decades after I first read them, I only admire authors like Ray Bradbury more, for asking the big questions with fullness of spirit and giving us juicy reads, all at the same time. Filling in gaps too—hadn’t read this one, a new arrival.