Home after a month away in Nicaragua

March 6, 2010

I am having to really struggle with the completely different culture back here in the north country.

I’ll be adding images to web page (Click Here) in next days, a good way to continue to digest as much of the experience for myself as is humanly possible.

One comment

  1. I just wanted to say I love your work! I was looking for inspiration on the internet today, typed in “orange abstract painting” and wallah, your orange cliffs painting came up. Love it by the way.

    I read your Nicaragua posts and thought, yep, what a difference between our culture and others. I wonder what it would feel like to be an artist in a culture such as theirs. I too feel isolated sometimes, maybe that comes with the necessary enclosure in a small isolated studio when the extremes of weather make it impossible to exist outdoors. Maybe it’s a combination of factors, such as the marginalization of certain types of artists, or the arts period, unless, of course you are economically viable or have friends in high gallery places. Maybe yes, maybe no, and maybe it’s just the result of living in a world of our own construction. Personally I’ll go with the plus or minus 40 degree days that make living in studio a sheer necessity, albeit isolating.

    Lovely work, and don’t worry about 5o an beyond. I see it on the horizon and as I get become less visible by the day, my vision improves.

    Take care my friend. : ) Thank you for your vision of the world.
    Gwen : )

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