“…One thread runs through the artist Ways. And this aesthetic spirit is to follow the Creative…”Read More
In the book, A Zen Wave, Robert Aitken talks about how haiku poets play with the three lines of their art form… In a similar way, when drawing colored enso’s, I play with color…Read More
The moon bird’s head is filled with nothing but thoughts of the moon.
All the mounting methods that I was trying were not working consistently with the quality of results that elevated the art. I felt that I had to stop until I could figure things out.Read More
I was recently interviewed for the Drawing Your Own Path podcast where I had the opportunity to discuss the Enso Circle with artist John Simon. I also led a workshop and a guided experience in working with the Enso Circle.Read More
There are many different classifications for Enso Circles based on the type and shape of the circle. Historically Enso Circles were drawn in black by Zen masters who often added a teaching, word or phrase of inspiration to their drawing.Read More
What is wabi-sabi? It is the beauty of things imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete. It is the beauty in things that are modest and humble and also the beauty of things that are unconventional.Read More