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. Although this is a sideways view you can see the man pointing to the directions of the solstices and the equinoxes. He’s surrounded by solar symbolism, including the spiral.