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A Best Of My Own Art Work 2017 – Part 1 – Mandalas and Circular Pieces

On my artist’s web site I maintain an index of posted art works. This page lines up most of my art work in reverse chronological order. The provides an excellent way to review my creative journey over the past years. … Continue reading

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Working Away From the Center

Virgins with T-squares and compasses, guarding the heavenly blackboards. And the angel of numbers reflective, flying from the 1 to the 2, from the 2 to the 3, from 3 to the 4. Dead chalk and sponges rule and erase … Continue reading

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Unities

One is the loneliest number that you’ll ever do Two can be as bad as one It’s the loneliest number since the number one No is the saddest experience you’ll ever know Yes, it’s the saddest experience you’ll ever know … Continue reading

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Reality Has a Grander Magic of its Own

Interview with Scientist Richard Dawkins ‘Religion? Reality Has a Grander Magic of its Own’ SPIEGEL ONLINE: The American geneticist Dean Hamer postulated the God Gene hypothesis, proposing that humans are genetically hardwired for religious faith. Dawkins: I’d prefer to say … Continue reading

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