"Do you know the piano's on my foot?" I asked my daughter. "Sorry" she said completely unawares of the pun door I had opened for her to step through. At 13 she had lots still to learn. You had to laugh though right? Pushing and pulling a piano from the jeep across the car park … Continue reading ha-ha-ha-haibun
Image by artist Catrin Welz-Stein the key to curving space-time, that un-caging of the lighthouse of the mind, that dark sanctuary, lies in the slightest flap of a butterfly wing- -it is an evident truth that the path to the multi-verse follows the flight of each individual Lepidoptera family member, wings as doors, flutter … Continue reading wing it
Meet the bar at dVerse tonight with Bjorn once again our inspiration and host. I thought we would continue our journey through the world of art and try to paint with words like an art movement. Today I would like us to look deeper into impressionism. Today impressionist art is one of the most loved … Continue reading splash
Her eyes looked right through him. A face of porcelain white and hair as black as a winter's night. He knew he was in trouble even before the blade arced it's deathly path towards his neck. His final thought was how beautiful they were. Her eyes. She did not blink as the sickle separated his … Continue reading Kabuki
I have spent today clearing out my office. Another moment of Transition. A letting go. A necessity. During the process I came across a set of drawings that I made many years ago. Every time I move to a new place I unfurl the bundle, take a look, re-mem-ber and decide to take them with … Continue reading iS IT aRT?