You'll find this sweet piece on N. Tejon St., across from Acacia Park. If you get there, take a look inside. Maybe everything isn't as sweet as it looks.
Great parts become great sculptures.
Like all the others who had their moments of power and can now be found in the soil profiles histories, the world as we know it will become another layer in time while life goes on.
A political cartoon on what 'Great America' looks like behind closed doors.
A favorite Roald Dahl tale, the BFG is so great. Wouldn't it be nice if he found true love?
Ohhhhh! Pretty changing lights and polka dots. Dance Party!
Shakti is the Hindu mother goddess, the universal principle of energy, power and creativity. As a divine force, Shakti manifests to destroy demonic forces and restore balance. Seems like a good role model.
I see you gardener, out there making things grow.
Nothing like an intricately cut up old barrel for the best fire party ever.
I found this red metal piece glimmering in the field across the road after the hemp farmer’s harvest, right around this time the Monarchs were traveling to Mexico. Unfortunately, a few didn’t make it past my garden. I collected the deceased and saved them in a jar. I thought about how the Monarchs are migrants and what it would look like if we tried to jail them too. Jailing migrants, human or insect, is not a solution to a biological reality.
It's a peaceful way to interact with the wind, flying a kite, imagining flying with the birds.
I love a soil sample. This one was literally grabbed with a post-hole digger. I added a little to it and then made it shiny with resin. Ahh, prairie love.