what I’m working on now

 

pencil sketch Mary Magdalene
My current  large work ( 18″ x 24″,markers/colored pencil) – Mary Magdalene. Here’s some sketches of the sacred geometry and other symbols that will be in the border:

To see more about this picture, click here and/or search ‘mary magdalene’ tags on this site. I love this project. Super challenging.

My last work –  Divine Wisdom,  5 x 7 colored pencil and marker.

Divine Wisdom

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Besides eternally drawing, I am:

  • RESEARCHING.   I have stacks of books on Mary Magdalene, sacred geometry, The Goddess, The Life of the Madonna in Art etc. Neolithic/early Iron Age, Bees, Honey…you name it. I feel like I’m reading it.

    TEACHING.  I have students from 7 to 70. It’s really important for me that my students explore who they are, get an idea of what is happening in their heads that is just dying to be expressed. So I’m more a teacher of process and technique that will serve a lifetime, rather than a you do what I do kinda person. I’m way more about unschooling; unlearning too, than rules. Shocker.


  • READING.
  • Margaret Starbird
  • Jean-Yves Leloup – wisdom
  • Miranda Lundy – sacred geometry 101
  • Aidan Meehan – necessary.
  • Bradley Schenk – glorious.
  • Calvin and Hobbes
  •  The Alphabet Versus the Goddess by Leonard Shlain. Captivating. For sure my ‘fun’ read. Great storyteller. Makes me wonder and gives me pause. feeds my soul with his own excited and very big ability to be amazed.
  • Re-reading Choosing to Choose by Avrom King. He was a good friend of my dad’s, and while I never met him, we had several phone conversations. loved him for taking time out of his schedule to answer the questions of a head strong high schooler! RIP Avrom.
  • Re-reading also The Pregnant Virgin by Marion Woodman. Jungian Analyst Marion speaks about the struggle to become conscious.
  • Deepak Chopra, Power, Freedom and Grace. Beautiful, small, uplifting. This one I have in my bag, (purse, whatever we are calling that accessory now.)
  • Joseph Campbell, his posthumous ‘Companion’ book. Precious beyond belief. Great for sewing up all the loose ends.

Best ways to keep in touch with me:

  • Follow me on twitter . I have a presence there. that’s about it. Instagram is my go to after this blog.
  • See my photos on Instagram
  • Browse my digital scrapbook on Tumblr

You can find out more about me on my about page.

I can’t always answer all my email, or I wouldn’t get anything done, and when I’m not drawing, I’m teaching, reading, gardening and visiting my favorite local coffee houses.

I’m always available for speaking engagements.

This page inspired by Derek Sivers. and Austin Kleon. thank you.

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