Wednesday, April 05, 2006

April 5, 2006

6 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

FLOATING IN THE DARKNESS OF SPACE!!!!!

10:36 AM  
Anonymous lorie717 said...

Wow! I'd like this as my 'amulet.'

11:03 AM  
Anonymous pete raynolds said...

Love the off centerdness and out of kilterdness of the underlying structural form plus the amazing use of colors - with it being brighter in the center. Henry, your recent creativity is exploding with new, exciting, uplifting and beautiful stuff - Thanks!

11:39 AM  
Blogger Pabby said...

Thank you for sharing all this rich art and background about your life's transitions. I am ever so impressed with your focus and discipline.

I have been a part of your email list now for the last week and find it amazing. I am an artist too, but without all your determination.

I can only guess and wonder with respect at how you came to grow yourself in this way. Its very helpful to me and I am betting it is very thereapeutic to you.

I still recommend you add smiling to your routine. It too is amazingly thereapeutic.

Most all your photos show you smiling, so I know you smile more that your facial lines would indicate.

Enjoy and relax into a world of nurturing reflextion of smiles coming back at you! Its very afirming.

I really love your expressions in your art. I can't beleive your mandals are water color. I would love to see an orrigninal. Keep up your wonderful sharing! Thank you so much for including me.

Peggy Abby
Art Therapist
Seattle

(I met you at the recent conference at Bayster's Frontiers of Healing.You were very effective in presenting your materials and observations. Many of us gained a lot from your remarks. I hope you will forgive my brashness in sharing my personal observations with you, I had hoped would be privately, about smiling.)

1:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

THIS SENDS TO TO THE PLACE I GO
WHEN IN MEDITATION I CAN SEE THRU
THE THIRD EYE. YOUR FIRST MANDALA WITH A BLACK BACKGROUND ABSOLUTELY JUMPED OFF THE COMPUTER SCREEN AT ME. "OTHERWORLDLY"

6:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I feel like I am viewing this while passing over from above - as thru a portal - hince the off centerdness. It is a larger piece (acers) and I can see only a part of it at a tme as I float over it.
I thin I might dive down thru the center to the glow behind it and dance in the colors. Anonymouspj

3:53 PM  

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