It is all the same to me

Blue Star Iron Pour from Mark & Angela Walley on Vimeo.

It had been a while since I had checked in. This beauty of a Vimeo Video awaited me by Mark and Angela Walley.

It is all the same to me. I am in the background watching with bated breath, the pour. Fire refines and casts a shape that cannot be easily changed until the flame is lit again.

Thy dangerous flame I miss

Thy heat is long felt and broken upon my skin

My only hope is that one day

Thy fire, water, earth will mix with wind

To produce my felt desire to be with you


A park by the River and Sea

That’s the moon there seen from Studio 217 early in the morning of Good Friday or was it Maunday Thursday? It was before 7 and I was fortunate to see the moon where I have not seen her before hovering above the horizon. The opposite view is seen in the tiny lens of a Macbook built-in camera. Painterly effects in PS make for a green dream. I in between, have no expertise in colour theory. Colour supposes character, mood and feeling.

If you look closely, you will find me.

visible and invisible

just showing you the beginning of this funky thing because im getting my mind around working with the most hazardous and poisionous materials ive ever touched but then working with humans is much more dangerous this metal is softer than you can imagine—human flesh is harder

in looking after babies boys and brothers one builds up immunity a callous for the betterment of soul and body

so what im saying is in your softness become tough in your beauty become rough in your heart make art

use beauty to heal not harm


Reconstructing Steveston by ekw

Oil paint, gears, tiles, wood, nuts and bolts on aluminum