ABOUT ME

My ideas come from everywhere.

Vincent Van Gogh I admire for fighting the poverty fight while glorifying the life force through
vibrational fields and revelatory looks at soul and essence. Still I like to think I'm the Salvador Dali of
photography though Avid Dollars had considerably less depth than Vincent. and Dali's theories were
twisted through personality pinholes. I like the ideas of ts eliot and the theatre absurdists and Albert Einstein.
I write poetry and have three unfinished novels. I wrote a book on education from which seventy pages
have been published.

I believe through the creative act we mimic the creator and the process not the product nurtures the soul.
The act of creation promotes synchronicity with the subconscious, which in turn allows the creator more
dimensionality and derivatively more scope and more elbow room to throw oneself into the oceanic
and the cosmic. It is here we are rooted to the essential self, and the essence of that self is expressed through
the work. It's really play time and pretend time and the creative act comes about because of the
uninhibited state of consciousness that transcends the social preconditions inherent with being a wageslaver
in a demographic prison. I enjoy the work of Wilber, Chopra, Jung, and Reich. I believe that the best 2 novels
ever inked were by women. The White Oleander and Fall on Your Knees.

 I admire Kandisky's theories. I try all art forms. I've written and recorded songs, and I write poetry and
indulge in spoken word and image synthesis. I guess I'm a klangist because I have no art training,
not even a school art course.
I grew up (did I) in Orangeville and have always lived in the area. I've played most sports and while I was
boxing I did Ballet and Jazz dance.






LIPS THAT WOULD KISS



SURREAL / SELF-PORTRAIT



ANNIE (1)



JANICE



VINCENT ON RED



VINCENT ON YELLOW



LISA






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