Category Archives: Typewriter Art

Black Well on News 8 Austin

It is an honor to have an art mobile, Black Well, hanging in the Twin Oaks Branch Library. Working with the city of Austin for the past four years has been an experience to cherish. I am ready to do … Continue reading

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Black Well Unveiled

BLACK WELL UNVEILED in conjunction with TWIN OAKS BRANCH LIBRARY GRAND OPENING The City of Austin Art in Public Places program invites you to the unveiling of its most recently-completed artwork at the Twin Oaks Branch Library. JOIN US AUGUST … Continue reading

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The Intention of Decision

Making a decision is deciding to make that decision over and over. I had passed by the fantastical and chosen that mysterious unknown world of creative energy. I chose the line and the line made me chose it again and … Continue reading

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Listening to the Length

I glanced at it often – the long frame, as I was working on other pieces. It was like the space between two notes, or a pause in a conversation. At each glance everything would go quiet. To stand before … Continue reading

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When Nothing Fades

The quiet nothing may have faded with my return to nature but it felt like that moment when the dark holds onto the rising morning sun, at some point the night lets go but drops down into the shadows to … Continue reading

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When Starting in the Middle is Nothing

At First I thought it was stage fright with all the glowing white light filling the endless space to my sight. I sat and stared at the computer screen until the brightness went out. It went out like a door … Continue reading

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