Blue Agave set against a desert moon illuminates the darkness around it. The moon captures the seductive shape and emits silent light waves. Casting from a live Agave leaf. A quiotes is the stalk of the Agave—mixed media sculpture—the palette of blues, desert yellow, and orange. The sculpture’s surface captures the dance of illumination, shadow,…
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Objects for an Ofrenda In this piece, I saw the potential to create something that would encapsulate the essence of life’s abundance. This small piece is one of a one-of-a-kind work in the category of Objects for an Ofrenda. First, I chose twelve okra pods representing the twelve apostles and carefully selected for their texture,…
9″ casting using rare earth minerals. A steel laser cut cross is attached.The Zia Symbol. New Mexico’s distinctive insignia is the Zia sun symbol, which originated with the Indians of Zia Pueblo in ancient times. Its design reflects their tribal philosophy, with its wealth of pantheistic spiritualism teaching the basic harmony of all things in the universe.
8″x 8″x 8″ resin impregnated with rare earth minerals. Strong color and light properties in the dark. A small vessel is cast within the base. I use it with certain oils such as Lavender dropped in the vessel. The light and the scent have a calming effect on me. Each piece has a sprinkle of healing soil from Mission Chimayo near Taos. “Can’t hurt”, I say. In the darkest of journeys, there is always Light.