For a month we lived under the sky—no ceilings, no walls, just skin and sun and water. Just stone and ice. And as we moved down river the moon followed, growing each night, lighting paths for night time walks, staring down, stark and white, big then bigger, rising later and… Read More
A storm has just moved in. The wind is gusting, leaves are cartwheeling across the grass. Trees arch, bend, dance. There goes my watering can. A cushion. A puppy… Okay, not a puppy. Maybe it was a squirrel. Maybe, just a brown bag. The thing is, I’m watching all this… Read More
“Adventure is putting yourself out on the edge…finding that border line between your comfort zone and where you are a little bit uncomfortable. and then, hopefully, finding your way through.” Curt Joyce, Kayaker — 1983-2014 On November 18, I will join a group of fourteen people for a one… Read More
Last year while back at the Grand Canyon, I and a few other Artists in Residents were interviewed for this beautiful 5 minute film about the importance of AIR’s. The students from Columbia University did a very nice job.
Looking out from The Abyss. Grand Canyon South Rim. Rakha-7/2014 I was blessed this last week with a special, one week bonus residency at the Grand Canyon. That meant that once again I had the opportunity to live at the VerKamps studio, a 100+ year old home and shop perched… Read More
On November 29th, 2013, the Grand Canyon had an unusual inversion. With warm blue skies soaring above, the canyon, at a cooler temperature, filled with fog. This time lapsed video shows the phenomena well. It was created by photographer Paul Lettieri. Enjoy. Grand Canyon Timelapse from Paul Lettieri on Vimeo.