So with a move, a wedding and other things we have been inactive. This will change. Stay tuned folks.
I am participating at the Earth Sculpture 2015 show at the Farley Center. There are 13 installations at the show, which you can visit at any time. The concept is to use resources from the land. I chose to install two shallow relief carvings of cardinals.
Here is the Map
Here is the link to the Farley Center
Below are some pictures
I’ll be in this again. It starts at 11, bit I’ll be out at noon.
I’ll be there with other people who work with, carve, cut, and know about wood. Wood is Good!
I’ll be showing and selling wood carvings for the Marquette-Atwood neighborhood art walk on Mary 4. It starts at 11 but I will not get going until noon.
see the Facebook page here
My wife and I spend most of the month of July on a road trip to see family by way of lots of the West. We traveled west through Iowa, Nebraska, Colorado, Utah, Arizona to San Diego, CA. We spent a week in Napa, California before returning by way of Sequoia and Grand Canyon National Parks as well as Santa Fe and Taos. I have lots of pictures and notes to inspire some art work and journaling. Here is a little sample.
The Bible begins with creation. We are most familiar with the majestic narratives of Genesis 1 and 2. Creation is presented in a variety of viewpoints within the Hebrew Scriptures. It is further developed in the New Testament through the teachings of Jesus and in the book of Revelation.
In this weekend retreat we will explore the Bible’s rich witness. We will begin with Genesis 1 and 2. Then individuals will select from other passages such as: Psalm 8, Psalm 104, Job 28, Proverbs 8, Isaiah 40, Matthew 6 and Revelation 21 and 22. Participants will learn a new way to study scripture and will draw insights to our place in the world.
One way to deepen our understanding of Creation is to make a journal recording our personal responses in art and writing to our study of the texts. Nancy Macgregor, a Madison artist and instructor, will help each participant distil their thoughts and experiences into simple pictures and words. This way all will have a continuing memory, visual and written, of what has been learned. This is possible for all, artists and non-artists alike.