Ellida at the Sea

Ellida at the Sea
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Sunday, March 22, 2020

Dora Mina Prints for sale

Prints of my 2019 painting, Dora Mina and the Man Entering the Room, are now on sale here
Available in all forms, posters, wall hangings, pillow covers, prices start at $12.35.





Thursday, March 19, 2020

Corona Earth

My new design is available for purchase now. Commemorate this challenging period with a Corona Earth Tee, available in all styles and sizes. Starting at $19.99            ORDER NOW
    
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Thursday, February 27, 2020

Gramma Heart Sun




Portrait of our Grandmother, for my cousin Betsy
Mixed media on wood panel 2019

Sunday, March 17, 2019

What teareth?
And what breathes?
And being in thine hands

What beareth
What leads
This being that thou art?

And being that thou art
What beareth
And what leads

This being in thine hands,
What teareth?
What breathes?

Wednesday, July 4, 2018

I edited this video highlighting the conclusion of the Brook, Peterson, Salmieri debate recorded at OCON 2018. Here they discuss why there are not more voices for reason in today's culture. 
Watch the full debate here




Saturday, December 16, 2017

Edgar Payne and the Double Image


This wonderful piece by American painter, Edgar Payne, uses the technique of the "double image" to demonstrate man's relationship to nature. Two Indians ride on horseback through a desert canyon. The giant rock walls take on the form of architectural motifs, suggesting ancient temples or monumental sculptures. Payne uses this double image to impress the human imagination onto the rugged stone, as though to say that the cliff sides hold within them the potential for these shapes, which will only be released by the human mind. This theme is emphasized by the careful use of lighting, wherin the sunlight and cast shadows describe the path of the riders such that as they wander through it, they "illuminate" nature's potential.

"Indians on Horseback, Canyon de Chelley, Monument Valley, Arizona" 25 x 30 inches, oil on canvas