Primordial Dot

Primordial Dot

found wood and objects, acrylic, graphite
28"x21.5"x3.5"
$1,960

“Primordial Dot" references the following quote by Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche, a Tibetan Buddhist meditation master, and teacher: “We call it a dot because it occurs very abruptly in the situation, on the spot. If you are driving quite fast and you see an intersection up ahead, and you are uncertain which way to turn, at that point, there is a gap, and the dot occurs." At the center of the blackened circle lies a clear glass ball. This piece of glass represents the clear mind that exists within the gap or primordial dot.

This work is currently on display and available for purchase at Crooked Tree Art Center's Art Tree Sales Gallery. Contact the gallery HERE.

Alternating Slots

Alternating Slots

found wood, screen, screws, acrylic
14"x12"x2"
$590

Alternation is a common theme used to explore non-duality, an elevated state of consciousness that transcends dichotomy. This awareness allows dual relationships such as I/other to dissolve and unify into one. The alternating pattern of screw slots collectively equalizes each other creating a visual example of non-duality.

This work is currently on display and available for purchase at Crooked Tree Art Center's Art Tree Sales Gallery. Contact the gallery HERE.

 

Nail Collection

Nail Collection

wood, nails, acrylic
7.25"x22.25"x2.5"
$565

“Nail Collection" brings together a wide variety of rust-coated roofing nails, presenting them scientifically, thus encouraging close examination. The interaction of the randomly arranged textures and color variations on the nail heads offers a mesmerizing and meditative visual experience. In this way, everyday objects are transformed into something precious and sacred.

This work is currently on display and available for purchase at Crooked Tree Art Center's Art Tree Sales Gallery. Contact the gallery HERE.