Alchemy and Digital Art

The alchemy of good curating amounts to this: Sometimes, placing one work of art near another makes one plus one equal three. Two artworks arranged alchemically leave each intact, transform both, and create a third thing. – Jerry Saltz The August calendar is inspired by alchemy. What is alchemy and how can it inform the creative…

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Star Gazing in the Mist

The June 2015 calendar art image is inspired by a recent trip I took, visiting friends who live in the mountains outside of San Francisco. The wildflowers were in bloom, the dogs were in heaven. Even wild horses wondered around the countryside in this magical place. I hope you enjoy the image this month. Click on…

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“Earth Mandala” by Mitra as May 2015

In honor of earth – a mandala on smooth ground collecting twig, leaf & stone This month’s image is inspired by a visit I made to my local park, Stow Grove, in Goleta, CA. It’s one of the only places near my home where I can be in a forest of redwoods. My intention was…

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“Golden Earth Covered in Flowers”

This month, April 2015, features a flower calendar – the golden mother earth covered in flowers. Spring is here in sunny California and the flowers are blooming. Enjoy! If you love this image, you can also purchase it as a print, canvas, or even a household item, like a pillow, leggings or tote bag over at…

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White Bloom

This month my January 2015 calendar design was submitted to Smashing Magazine, fingers crossed, so it might be featured. I’m making a point this year to share my images with other bloggers and websites. If you know of any sites that take user contributed calendar designs, please let me know. There are more sizes this month then…

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Earth Mother and Father Sky Weep

I hope you enjoy my desktop calendar for November, “Earth Mother and Sky Father Weep.” This image is available for personal use and if you love it, please order a print, canvas, bag or pillow online! Video about the making of this image: This image was created as part of my research for a final…

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