We will be in Santa Fe this weekend for the opening of my show at Pop Gallery. Please come and visit. Should be lots of fun. Pop Gallery, July 4 - August 31, Reception: Sat, July 26, 6:00. www.popsantafe.com
Lightbearer, graphite on paper
First painting this year and first time using an easel. This is my study of a study by an unknown artist, who depicted Jan Van Eyck’s Christ. The Northern European Primitives resonate deeply with me.
Holy Death, graphite on paper
Anthropic Universe, porcelain pencil on paper. The Anthropic Principle has a hold on me at the moment. “Conditions that are observed in the universe must allow the observer to exist”
Feels good to be back in the studio. A spirit from the mountains.
Paris, France: Currently have 2 pieces on exhibition at LÉ MAISON ROUGE from the collection of Antoine De Galbert. Probably one of the most eclectic art collections by a modern collector. lamaisonrouge.org
Received this in the mail today. Last thing you are thinking about when you write a song is… Confessions of Alien Abductions, Shalom in the home, Man V Food… etc or maybe it does cross ones mind.
Public Art Project: Five years in the making. Mesa Light Rail Station, Alma School & Main, Mesa AZ. Installation begins this Thursday…yeah!!!
Had one of the most magical experiences recording this past week with Crystal Radio at Ghost Town Studios, Jerome AZ.
Photo of the Crystal Theremin Jerome, Az. Sounded haunting last night at Spook Hall for the Jerome Film Festival.
Detail: Automated Reasoning (Graphite on paper) is an area of computer science and mathematical logic dedicated to understanding different aspects of reasoning… it also has connections with theoretical computer science, and even philosophy. Do we really want to merge ourselves with computer systems?
Special day today… Elizabeth is now in our house. Sacred Machine has been her home for the past four years. She has unveiled many mysterious stories. Can’t wait to hear what’s coming next.
Fun show last night at the District Tavern. With Amelia Poe, Amy Mendoza, Damian Diaz, & Ernie Mendoza. Photo by Leeza Cameron.