Where I live, in rural Northern Arizona, we have lots of pack rats. Annoying creatures, as they eat the flowers and chew the car wires. And they do collect random objects in their huge nests, including animal bones. This composition makes me think of one of their nests.
Soft silk pillows, probably light-years in length. If our planet had rings, they should look like this.
Part of the “joys” of getting older, I suppose. Great mounds of pills need to be consumed. At least the majority are merely supplements. But they make a colorful composition, and seem playful and happy, like a kid playing in the ball pen at a McDonalds.
Bananas are wonderful. Everyone should make art with and about bananas. A banana tornado sounds fun, in a way, but very messy.
More experimenting. We’re in a severe drought, so having things other than water fall from the sky makes sense these days. I want to pierce the barrier of the 2d surface, break the illusions that photography creates. The most real thing in these images is the black void behind everything.
Things just keep falling, order into disorder. Maybe I’ll make things fall into order instead. I’m experimenting with tilting the canvas. It implies a much larger image, extending ‘way beyond what you can see: a view of the world through a crooked periscope, faulty information, faulty conclusions.
Everything in the closet. Men’s shoes are remarkably drab, functional, and well-worn. But a hint of color can help.