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  • Art: The End Point

    There are many points in life where beginnings begin & endings end, before the final one. And even that one is up for debate.

  • Art: Interminable

    At the very beginning, at the start of my “new spiritual life,” everything was confusing and terrifying. I had found myself in the ditch on the side of the road, all by my hand. The way I had been living was no longer working, and the evidence was clear that it never was going to;…

  • Art: “Feets”

    This is one of those images that anything I said or wrote about it would only ruin it. So I won’t. -enjoy

  • Art: Just Stop

    preliminary notes for next project Translating the language of 1,3,4 to the language of 3.6.9. form>spirit

  • Art: Union & Connection

    In this photograph, “Connection,” I am reflecting upon connection, unity, oneness, or whichever word (symbol) you would like to use for it. In the image, one vine encompasses the other. But, that is only true from one precise location or point of view; step to the right or left only a couple of inches, and…

  • Art: Between Number Eleven

  • DitchedSamaritan.Com

    The Ditched Samaritan Blog… …is a personal art project where I combine my lifelong spiritual disciplines of 12-Step & A Course in Miracles practices with Art. The goal of this project, or more accurately, this practice, is to continuously, incrementally improve myself and, thereby, my usefulness to others. I have chosen the parable of The…

  • Art: Just a Thought…

    Limited vs. Open Editions, Pricing, Recognition & Notoriety. The artist acts as a conduit, knowingly or unknowingly. Each artwork is an inspiration; each has a message, a purpose, and intended recipients -until its demise sometime in the future. The artist is a facilitator and is self-inspired in the process. As a gift recipient, the artist…

  • Art: My Father Once, and Me Twice

    Memory is a funny thing; sneaky. I wish I could recognize them in their youth, in reverse. But they aren’t what they were when I was there -by the time I got here. Thoughts provoked by a Facebook post by Kevin James Tully: from The Christmas Deer, by Franklin Cincinnatus

  • Art: Between Number One

    from my “In The Between” project

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