series I will be sharing photos and thoughts about my creative process making "land art". I've spent 25 years pulling on a hooded 4/3 wetsuit to surf slop because I love the ocean. When I discovered I can make artwork on the beach it was a turning point in my career as an artist. The limited time between the tides makes focus and mindfulness the true goal of each work. There is no plan, I react in the moment as the work develops and let things happen! Waves are energy moving through the salt water, across thousands of miles, and what I create is imagery of the energy moving through me. I feel so fortunate to do this and share it with you guys! Enjoy. Fort Bragg, CA.
These final few days on this wall I've been wearing the mask all day, 40 feet up on my lift, looking across the bay as the SF skyline disappears repeatedly in orange smoke. My moms house still stands near Sonoma square, but she and her partner have been staying with us for the last three nights, waking each day to news of devastion. Smoke blankets us, breathing it now still brings on tears. So many people here have lost homes and more importantly communities that take generations to build. Mother Nature will always have the last word, and she seems angry right now. As always I hope my work can bring a little peace to an otherwise tough time for my