Category Archives: sacred geometry

UNBLURRED: Thomas Merton Center & Wellness

Friday 4 December 2015 For this one I went down to the Thomas Merton Center on Penn Ave. in Garfield, a section where galleries and shops stretch for a few blocks. Once a month this street has an open-studios event where … Continue reading

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Bloomfield Farmer’s Market: solar power sound and a people-circle

I brought my camera with me to setup sound for a ZeroFossil gig at the Bloomfield Farmer’s Market on Saturday.  The first photos show the connections from the sun through solar panels, 12volt battery backup system, power inverter (DC –> … Continue reading

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Reston warmup

Going big with a Weber grill lid, warmup for the weekend in Reston, VA with the Chalk on the Water Festival. Excited to meet the folks at Lake Anne Brew House, thanks for inviting me down. This piece was done … Continue reading

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Twin Giants

This one is in the garden at my Mom’s house, we did it just after sunrise in beautiful morning light. The location is in between a maple tree and an oak tree, both more than 75 years old.  The last … Continue reading

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at arms’ length

inspiration for this art:  once again, waiting at a tram stop and I noticed that the bricks under my feet were laid out in fan-shaped curves that intersect and overlap. Why this pattern? It comes from the shape of our … Continue reading

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every hexagon is a cube

  inspiration for this one:  On the way home from entering the tunnel portal, I waited at Palmovka for a tram.  I noticed the sidewalk blocks were hexagonal instead of square or rectangular. Suddenly I stopped waiting and did some art. … Continue reading

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