Category Archives: Labyrinth related
I updated the labyrinths page with a lot of photos of the fire path we did a few weeks ago. So many beautiful images, shot by one of our students.
This was beautiful. A group of students helped to light the candles and place them into bags, then we silently walked the pathway with candles in hand adding them to the pathway on our journey to the centre. The Fire … Continue reading →
Heart and soul
In Valentin Tomberg’s great Meditations on the Tarot he describes the relationship of the alchemical twins as a matter of the interaction of heart and mind becoming one in intuition. I like this idea, although it’s a little distant from … Continue reading →
I’ve managed to paint the scythe in a light raw sienna, and to clean up the blade in a solid grey that will take a touch of blue to fix the edges and add a metallic quality to it. I’ve … Continue reading →
Bones, alchemy and a narrow rocky pathway
Â Â I continued with the skeleton for a short time, bringing it still closer to completion, but unable to find the last couple of hours that I need to get that foot done. The heads will take a couple of … Continue reading →
Labyrinth installation III
It was time to put the labyrinth to bed, so we gathered at the creek and walked into the labyrinth. At the centre each of my students chose a rock and carried it out with them through the winding path, … Continue reading →
labyrinth installation II
There’s a really nice shot of some kids running in the labyrinthÂ hereÂ in the Thousand Oaks Acorn. Click on the photo for a large image. Thanks to Fred Tonsing for pointing this out to me.
Â Here’s how the “Storm” painting is related to the labyrinth. The falling figure doesn’t necessarily need to be a person falling from the world trade center. Other falling figures come to mind, particularly Icarus, who flew too close to … Continue reading →
A Labyrinth in the Park IV
The Scandinavian Festival was absolutely great this year – it seems to have grown larger and was well attended. If you’re anywhere near Thousand Oaks CA on Sunday, do yourself a favor and go to the CLU campus and enjoy … Continue reading →
The Scandinavian Festival labyrinth is ready to be walked, come and visit! Â