Did you see it? Did you remember it going by. Full moon in Scorpio, lunar and solar eclipses and flare ups on the sun? Fires and a little quake action. Sunniest May in Santa Barbara and mildest temperatures in the desert. Mosaic workshops, Buddha Abides Show and a stunningly beautiful video created by visitors to … Continue reading April, May & June have rapidly unfolded and unraveled us all.
Hello dear friends, it has been a while since I posted here to the blog. Much has been going on since November of 2012. The Tile House had an incredible amount of work done, thanks to friends and donations from kickstarter. This week brings me back to the wonderful charter school in Los Angeles where … Continue reading Buddhist Retreat 2014 in Wonder Valley
Currently back on the coast, sketching with water color pencils, after another long trip to the desert where I was supervising the mosaics created for the Historic Plaza in 29 Palms at Two Mile Road. This was an amazing experience with much help from all the participants. I would like to say, WOW!!! What a … Continue reading April… is it spring ? May… is it spring?
Hello All, This is my 9th year participating in the annual Hwy 62 Art Tours. It is a great pleasure this year to share my studio space with Mayah Martin who has influenced me when she reawakened the clay spirit in me and also reawakened the buddha nature and the breadth and depth of understanding … Continue reading HWY 62 Art Tours October 23rd and 24th
A new workshop and a new look at RAVEN moSai©s Please click it and SEE more about a ßeaµtiƒul get-a-way to wOnder valley for yOga, mOsai©s and gOOd ƒood. Speaking of ƒood there has been a lot on my plate... HWY 62 Art Tours and new mosai©S, nEw pOst©ards, new photographs, new ceramics... and I … Continue reading New mØsAi© workshop in the high desert… a®t, ßeauty, yOga..
The travel temple took it's maiden voyage and all I can say is, "©osmic wheels" Doug and I have been wO®king hAr∂ on ge††ing the t®Avel †emple rea∂ie∂ fO® ßµ®ning mAn. We'®e hoping to pA®k on Lineage at 8'O©lo©k.