Performance Art Lecture

Tuesday night was the night of my performance / lecture at the High Studio in Moorpark. What a great evening we had! I lit candles to illuminate the works and served mead to our visitors, then we were entertained by two belly dancers, Tonantzin and Deanna, who had seen the exhibit and wanted to contribute…

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Nude paintings at the Kavli.

           Click here to see larger images. Here are the five paintings that have been on display at the Kavli Theatre in Thousand Oaks. From left to right: A Neolithic Wedding, Fama, The Reluctant Death of Modernism, Two Girls Swimming, A Girl Swimming. A Neolithic Wedding comes straight out of my interest in prehistoric British art and architecture. Their…

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More Contemporary Neolithic Wonders from the Cabinet exhibit

      Nostalgia. Is our perception of the past always mediated by nostalgia? What fuels my work with the Neolithic period? I desire authenticity; a wish to make meaningful work that is deeply enmeshed in a universal past that is absolutely the foundation of our culture, the origin of civilization. Archaeologists spend their time trying to…

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Art Faculty Exhibit – Mystical Painting

We have an exhibit of work by the CLU Art Department Faculty at the Kwan Fong Gallery. I’ve included one of my paintings in the show, Neolithic Geomantic Man. It’s a large work, eight feet high by six wide, painted in oils over gold and silver leaf on a panel with canvas stretched over it.…

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