I manipulate metals and minerals and bonding solutions in order to provoke emotional responses from people I will usually never meet. That which happens in the process some people call art. My talent for creating icons and illusions turned into a lifetime of manipulations... in various pigments, bronze and steel, some quite large, which loom in museums, schools, collections and public places all over Texas. Here on this blog you can watch my creative actions and insights unfold...

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Thank You San Angelo


For one of the best weeks of my life. And thank you to the gracious hosts who took me in to their home as well, Dr. David Harvey and his wife Janet. What a treat to meet them and all the art lovers in this special, art loving town. My family once lived in San Angelo before I was born, and always spoke fondly of those days, and now I feel like I understand that warmth they felt. "Home is where the heart is," and for some of us, it is also "where the art is." San Angelo has captured both.


Photo courtesy of Jim Rogers
My goal as a landscape artist is to capture a memorable scene faithfully so that somebody can relive it for many years to come. This San Angelo scene stayed in San Angelo!

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