The sky is up – have a look!

Oh my gosh! It’s been a wild ride, yes?

I finished the Sky Pixel series about two weeks ago. I just got the photos back from the photographer and have been busy creating pages for each painting. Sky Pixel is about the tug-of-war between Nature and technology. It’s ironic how our computers and social media often seem to isolate us, yet in this time of quarantine, they bring us together.

View the page here, or check out the work below.

Sky Pixel

The Sky Pixel Series is a meditation on the relationship between a cold mechanized world and the sensual world of Nature. No matter how much we build, no matter how much technology we rely upon, no matter how many satellites we send into the earth’s atmosphere, no matter how much we try to control, the sky is wild and is all around us. It touches us, we breathe it in, we are a part of it. Even when man-made constructs of the world seem impenetrable, Nature emerges. It is human to create, to look up to the sky, to notice patterns, to connect, to lean toward Beauty (that which makes us want to live). These paintings are a celebration of the sky’s insistent reminder that despite our walls and mechanisms for isolation, we are also Nature, and we are all in this together.

The Paintings

Click on the thumbnails below to view the full piece.

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I'm a rock-n-roller poet who left the Big Apple for the Big Sky Desert where I've been letting it be and grooving with universal love, singing to the gods, dancing with the muses and bicycling with dreamtime messengers. I like altering my reality through imagination, movement, breath, and makin' stuff.

7 thoughts on “The sky is up – have a look!

  1. It’s ironic how our computers and social media often seem to isolate us, yet in this time of quarantine, they bring us together.” I’ve been thinking about exactly that!

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