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An opportunity to create a sand set pebble mosaic in Oaxaca, Mexico I’ve been traveling in Mexico this winter (2015-16) for 3 wonderful months, rediscovering the beauty of this amazing country.  I first came to Oaxaca 31 years ago when I was 26 years old, honing my skills as a

A round medallion mosaic I made for Oregon Art Beat My work was recently featured on an episode of Oregon Art Beat, which is an emmy award winning program produced by Oregon Public Broadcasting.  It was produced and directed by my good friend Eric Slade (www.ericslade.com). Eric Slade filming at

I’ve just returned from three amazing months of travel in Mexico.  This is the country where I began what has become an annual winter escape for the last 33 years, where I honed my skills as a vagabond. Statue and glass highrise, Insurgentes, Mexico City I first traveled to Puerta

An aerial view of braiding within the Dart River I took from a helicopter Sitting on the finished polished Braided River mosaic within the Greenstone Room Within the Autumn of 2015 and Spring of 2016 I constructed what I take into account to be one in all my most significant

Agave guiengola vegetation bloom within the Jardin Ethnobotanico de Oaxaca Oaxaca is likely one of the most historic and delightful cities in Mexico.  I hadn’t been there for 30 years was amazed by how a lot it has grown within the final three a long time.  Sprawl has linked lots

Surrealist mushroom and Bird of Paradise sculptures near the entrance to Las Pozas I have a generous list of places that I want to visit in my lifetime that I consider to be pilgrimages.  These are magical environments that inspire wonder and awe for me.  Many are natural, and some