In the Moment and Off Into the Future

It’s been a crazy, crazy past couple of months here at, and after the relocation in November, I’m finally starting to regain my focus.

Don’t get me wrong, there has been plenty of studio activity and work, but up until now, things have been a little off.  My mandala artwork is (and will always be) my main focus, and with each passing day, week, month and year, I hope to see the continued progression in the work that I have been so fortunate to have.

The above photos are from an excursion that Miss G and I took yesterday on the Delaware and Hudson Rail trail.  The day was crisp and clear, and the countryside was full of farm and wildlife – typical Vermont.  This is exactly why we left Boston to live here.

Some of you may or may not have seen it, but in my latest contribution to the Wall Spin blog, I talk about my Art Bucket List – 7 of the paintings that I would love to see before I die.  Actually the list is much longer, but this will give you a good idea of my tastes.  Please give it a read and let me know what you think.

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With that, I will leave you until next Thursday’s studio update.  By then, I should have some new work to show you and some new news.  Thank you for stopping by and have a great weekend!

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