My story is about SEARCHING. To me, drawing is the simplest, most powerful, creative and inexpensive art form capable of doing DEEP, CREATIVE SEARCHING. I feel that it is essential for all of us to learn HOW TO THINK more clearly, critically and creatively. The good news is that drawing can help all of us practice this.
|Mom, Pencil on Paper, 18"x20"|
|Dad, Prismacolor Pencil on Rives Paper, 8"x10"|
|Mom’s Journey, Pen and Ink on Paper, 8"x10"|
|My book, Published by New World Library, 2002|
In 1968, I left college and went to San Francisco to explore hallucinogenics. Below is a self-portrait of me at age 22 after spending a year doing hallucinogenics. My friends were panhandling on the street and I quietly wondered: Is this how I am to live the rest of my life? I was pretty lost and I knew it. Thankfully, I finished college in 1970 and went back to San Francisco to search for a teacher to help me answer my BIG QUESTION about Truth.
|Self Portrait, Pencil on Paper, 22” x 29”|
|Max, Oil Painting,18 “ x 24"|
|Eduardo, Pencil on Paper, 8” x 10”|
|Jesse, Pencil on Paper, 8”x10”|
|Cindy, Prismacolor Pencil on Rives paper, 6”x9”|