Moon to Celebrate Harvest

The Harvest Moon is synonymous with the rising mystery of autumn. This rendition is created with stone, rust, earth pigments, Smoky Hill river silt, paint and prairie sage ash with reclaimed wood frame. SOLD to a beautiful family. […]

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All Hallow’s Moon

The veil between the seen and unseen is said to be thin on All Hallow’s Eve, and what lies beyond is sensed. This moon represents the portal to the ethereal place between light and dark. Although the days are growing shorter since the autumn equinox, the descent toward the season of dark and contemplation accelerates […]

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The Hunter Moon

As light wanes and the land lets go of the fervent growing season, autumn reminds us of the endless cycle of life. We slip into shadow and encroaching quiet, a time to banish negativity from your life. This moon embodies the spirit of the full October moon, the Hunter, created with the ash of prairie […]

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Soul of the Indian Grass

This prairie plant spirit represents the life force of mature Indian grass deep at the end of summer, replete with the wisdom of another growing year. Indian grass is synonymous with the North American prairie and her showy plumage tells us we are entering a new season. A painting to symbolize the life journey and […]

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Moon of Thresholds

Life must have balance of light and dark. This moon was begun at the descent into the quiet season at the end of October and finished at the bright apex of the Summer Solstice, times when the veil is thin and thresholds arise. Made with paint and the energetics of rainwater, wild gum weed, prairie […]

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Tornado Winds

Tornados are rather rare and I only made one this season. Created with stone, snow water, rust, burnt Indian grass and cedar ash, wind and paint. Sold to an amazing collector. […]

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Elder Moon

The Elder Moon is my interpretation of the wisdom of midwinter, full of ancient lessons for us. Made with grounding stone, grain, paint, prairie plant ash, winter ice and rust. It has symbols carved with limestone, iron and snow goose feathers and created at the time of the January full moon. A piece to remind […]

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Greening Fields

And as we approach the Old World start of the agricultural year, St Bridget’s day (Feb 1-2), there is sense of welcoming on the land. My rendition of a snow covered field greening in the east is made of stone texture, paint, rust, and Smoky Hill river silt. What I love about creating this piece […]

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Murmuration of Blackbirds

Murmurations are mystery incarnate to me. Forming to swoop over prairie fields picking at fallen grain, their structure and form mesmerizes. I’ll stop what I’m doing to watch. It draws me in fully. Frenetic thoughts and worries vanish, instead I am there, fully present. And maybe, that’s their gift. […]

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Plains Tornado

Like most people who live in tornado alley, I’ve seen my fair share. The truth is, lives are irrevocably changed by tornadoes. They are ferocious entities of twisting, beautiful wind laying bare the world. The best tornadoes skip along the open prairie, harming none, and mesmerizing us with their intensity. The worst, leave a path […]

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