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Life Lessons from Art – The Chisel

“There is no truth more esoteric (hidden) than the truth of art.” That phrase has been resonating in my head over the last few weeks. On a recent walk I conjured a scenario where I was being interviewed by someone about … Continue reading

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Defying Baudelaire

In The Painter of Modern Life, Charles Baudelaire wrote, “What poet would dare, in depicting the pleasure caused by the appearance of a great beauty, separate the woman from her dress”. This is the motivation behind this mixed media piece from my … Continue reading

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Last Day of “Le Cheval”

It’s the last day of Le Cheval for 2015, so I figured I’d post a piece of art I did a few years ago called The Current, in honor of the occasion. The two major aspects of Le Cheval are the Virtue of … Continue reading

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Happy Feast of Moonlight

Cyprianism is in a season of Grace (February 11 – April 3), whose symbol is the ballerina. There are many reasons why this symbol was chosen. Consider this bit from the annotation of The Seed: What makes a thing extraordinary? The … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day – The Seed

“Love and Lust are as different as wine and cheese and they complement each other just as well.” – The Seed

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Paphia’s Pearls – excerpt from “The Seed”

Paphia’s Pearls How be She unclad If clothed In the raiment of our devotion? Veiled in mystery Kept in secrecy Yet disclosed, a master Generous without equal? In Her hand, A mirror, silver and ornate Forgiveness Reflecting our precious Moon … Continue reading

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On Being: The Subversive Power of Beauty

I finally got around to reading this article sent to me by my dear friend Alayne Peterson. At first I wanted to apologize for not reading it right away, but as I dove into it, I became aware that it … Continue reading

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