• Pathway to Wisdom

    Pathway to Wisdom

    March 31, 2020

    How do we manage (is that another word for control?) in this seemingly unmanagable time.  No matter where we find ourselves in this world wide journey of COVID-19, where we focus can make all the difference.  The promise of life will guide us through the dark places of our days.  Taking shelter provides respite and […]

  • Light is Near

    Light is Near

    January 29, 2019

    My heart aches for the broken, for the struggling for the pervasive darkness. So easy and yet painful, it is to wallow in the shadows where we find ourselves sucked into the mire.  The ancient maple remains a sentinel, steadfast, purposefully bent and broken, serving as a guide to those who pass by. The crooked […]

  • Onward


    October 13, 2017

    Destruction, distrust and despair flame fears.  Deciding which path to take in the darkness can be overwhelming. We may stumble and fall along the way.  Making our way through the forest by taking our first step is all that we can hope to do.  By doing just that momentum prevails.  With each step the path […]

  • Rooted


    June 7, 2016

    Woods:  Rooted in tension.  Here we get a sense of gnarly yet smooth connections between what is below, what appears on the surface and what springs above.  This painting is available at Inwood Gallery in Charlevoix, MI.