This post is about ‘Allies’ and the importance in having them in our lives. I will begin discussing what an ‘ally’ means to me and how we tend to ‘forget’ what we are and how our allies can help us ‘remember ourselves’. This term comes from the philosophy of G.I Gurdjieff and is referenced in the work […]
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Author: Steve Crook
In late November-Early December 2016 we painted a Day of the Dead mural for Tequila’s Restaurant in Bergen Park, Colorado. It is an 8′ wide by 4′ high piece done in oils on a double primed canvas sheet that is installed in the main arch adjacent to the bar in the rear corner of the restaurant. It […]
“Market Crash’ AKA ‘Face of Fear’ is one of my art projects made from a piece of walnut that carved itself into the basic form, I simply went with the muse. After carving, I decided to make the ‘bust’ from steel. A daunting task for a novice welder!
For another of my painting art projects, I have completed the first of the Tuscany Series of Oil Paintings from my trip with Amy to Italy in November, 2016. A dear friend and I were walking from San Gimignano on a dirt road when I spotted a vineyard with a home within it. The home had […]