5” x 5” x 1.5. Acrylic, textured paper, thread and fired copper on canvas.
Garden of Eon is a simpler piece with some of the vibrant reds and deep blue-turquoise hues that I have been interested in recently. As more energetic pieces, they refer to a more chaotic and earlier geological time – when volcanos erupted continuously, mixing liquid rock and water, throwing steam, ash, gases and heat into the atmosphere.
The heat and water vapor set the stage for the warm, wet earth that could support our ancient forebears, bacteria. All the apparent violence of the clashes between heat and air and water were life-giving spasms – exultant, kinetic, and essential.