Here is a poem I wrote, days out of the army… Dignified Insanity There was a time we were all together At that time we had nothing but each other If the sun rose or stars fell Creepy silence, hush quiet surrounded us Separately together In one moment, not a collection But one everlasting moment… Continue reading Dignified Insanity–Titled by a fellow traveler and Alpha-Bot, Eric S.
Here I am, adding a new feature, my writing and other nonsense. I am taking up this possibility to show up more, make myself vulnerable, put my stuff out there, all to see what happens or does not happen… Down in the Cellar: Down in the cellar is where the bodies are. These days… Continue reading Why Not?
I applied for a Regional Arts and Culture Council Grant and I should hear in June about their decision. I applied for support in working with my digital images, to make the image digitally robust and ready for large scale printing. To see some of the images, please consult the Photography link on the menu… Continue reading Movement on Digital Imaging/Photographic Art
February 12th, I will have a large selection of abstract paintings on display. The show will be at Chemeketa Community College’s Gretchen Schuette Art Gallery. Try this link for the gallery’s website. The opening is on February 12th from 12:30 to 2pm. Deborah Trousdale, the gallery director, is calling the show a retrospective and it includes paintings… Continue reading Tinman: The Heart of Painting at Chemeketa Community College
The National Veterans Art Museum, located in Chicago, has selected three paintings from the HMMWV Landscape Series for their permanent collection. I am happy to donate The Story of the Landscape, Acute Nostalgia and Effortless Effort, to give them a permanent home, to give them some life other than gathering dust in my storage space! Eventually, the work… Continue reading National Veterans Art Museum
Hello, I want to welcome you to the latest version of my website. Please take a look at the different galleries. The “Paintings” tab includes three different galleries. I am excited to have something that is easily updated and more interactive than the previous version of website. I am currently waiting to hear about inclusion… Continue reading New Improved Website!
Where Are We Now, opens October 5 and runs through November 22, 2011. America was deeply shocked by the tragic events of September 11, 2001. Over the past ten years we have moved, year by year, into wars on two different fronts, including the longest war of our national history, a complex and difficult internal… Continue reading Where are we now? Artists reflect on America ten years after 9/11