The Cave I had a difficult time naming this post. That's probably because I wasn't sure how to tie these collages together (and I couldn't bring myself to use Postcards From a World That Never Happened twice). Portraits from a...Pictures from a...Scenes from a... Funny. Every time the phrase Scenes from a... popped into my [...]
I went into last weekend with big ambitions. I had a list of blog posts to work on, lines of poetry that needed honing, expanding, art that needed making. And as it often happens when I've got multiple projects to work on, I spent two days bouncing back and forth between them all and completing [...]
Before We Grow Old nostalgia no more than longing for words The Pilgrimage
under the hour of the sun it is said, we once again connect our ancient souls with the dawn red deserts & midsummer highways all that is green, no all that is treacherous & golden frantic like a subterranean storm do you hear the birds retreating? the slim dry dawn slips over our shoulders we [...]
I got a fresh batch of 1970s-1990s National Geographic magazines in last week and finally made some time to rifle through them. These collages, titled "Modern Exploration I & II," were assembled on a two-page ad for the 1998 Chevy Tahoe. Modern Exploration I Modern Exploration II
My latest experiment in collage art: Untitled, Cosmic Highway. Wishing you all a groovy weekend.
well, in the beginning, i can tell you were the politics of madness worship of smog & wealth & machines fragments from the birth of a solar system the stuff that’s summoned in temples pharmaceuticals deep sea calculations & the self was a strange object see & speak & breathe obedience the passengers on the [...]
My latest experiment in collage art, "The Search for Water."
everything passes through unseen forces landscapes tabletops the limits of freedom & most trees even the voices of oceans dusted off & debated softly over breakfast This collage is my second attempt at gravity on a tabletop. And, while I'm not certain this landscape really depicts the essence of the poem, I really kind of dig [...]
Yesterday afternoon, I wrote a short poem titled, "Gravity on a Tabletop." How perfect, I thought, would it be to make a collage that goes with it. And so I attempted to give form to the mood that is gravity on a tabletop. To no avail. From those exercises, however, I did manage to create my [...]