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The Passage of Time

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I feel a disconnect often in my artistry process but also in my life on grander scales, when I am the only one to see the promise… Mackenzie couldn’t see the potential after being blinded by the electric blue tissue paper.   I have found in life that most of what seemed like my mistakes and failures at the time, were experiences that I learned and...
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If Thoughts Were Birds

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It seems centuries since my last post. I knew this project would be a labor of love and a lengthy project, but already it is desperately intricate and behind where I wanted to be. Different Artists, family and friends filter in and out as the project progresses, but often times it is just me, in my studio and after the darkness has settled and...
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The First Failures

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So it began with a key… a sketch of a key to be precise. From that came the sculpture. I endeavored to make a replica of the drawing. I hadn’t played with clay in years, and I spent about three days working on it… but then…   I tested to see if gravity was working. It was. Coupled by me having not worked with clay in...
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The Journey Begins

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And so it Begins...   This project is the source of so many different inspirations that have gradually permeated through their original constraints and melded into something far greater.  The inspirations for it originate from fairytales, from music videos, from artists, from my children, from colleagues, from dreams, from books, from memory, from life.   I think for me, I have always been an artist at heart, and...