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Symbols of Spring and Renewal: A year ago the pandemic isolated millions of us. Personally, I have not dined in a restaurant, sat with friends at a local pub, OR been around family and friends since March of 2020. On the brighter side, I believe this will feel very different this spring. 

 

I like the prospect of hugging my loved ones and friends for the first time since COVID-19 hit, there is so much to look forward to. Most of all, I am convinced that 2020 fortified our strength. We found our courage. We came together. We tapped into a resilience we never even knew we had.

 

My inspiration for "Symbols of Spring” is the promise that everything begins again. To celebrate, I’ve created a series of 3 art pieces featuring a Lady Bug, DragonFly, and Butterfly – each a Spring symbol. 
 

Year: 2021
Printing: Printed on Speckle Tone Starch White
Signed, Open Edition
Sizes: 11 x 14"; Black Frame with glass

Each print is signed and numbered
International customers are responsible for import fees due upon delivery.⁣ ALL SALES FINAL!

What If? Look Outward to Space:  I'm giving it a go for Natural Cannabis Company’s 2021 Higher Internation Art Contest. My entry is titled “Space Grass." The competition theme is “It Came From Outer Space." 

 

What if we’re all part of a big like-minded cosmic cannabis community? It’s thrilling to imagine the possibilities

 

As our ancient civilizations used plant medicines like cannabis to help make a connection with something bigger than themselves, I also imagined a sense of galactic community could be possible despite the physical distances that divide us. My concept is cannabis may have been a gift from extraterrestrials to the many tribes across the Americas that have legends of aliens, or Star People, bringing cannabis to this planet. Who knows, the next time you look up at the sky, you can allow your own theories to unfold.

 

If my work is chosen as a winner, I'll donate a portion of the prize money to South Bend, Indiana's community group, Everybody Has A Story® in annual support of their community-based not-for-profit music and variety show in 2021.

 

You can vote more than once (If you could, maybe you can share with friends so that they can join in the fun). Thanks for voting and sharing! I appreciate it.

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Art for Public Spaces: "Fierce Mind, Kind Heart, Brave Spirit "  

The tumultuous year 2020 closed a couple of days ago and I'm heading into 2021 with a glass-half-full view and focus. I'd like to think that we may see some restoration in global cooperation: Governments, companies, and scientists around the world may begin working closely together. I like the prospect of hugging my loved ones and friends for the first time since COVID-19 hit, there is so much to look forward to in the upcoming year. Most of all, I am convinced that 2020 fortified our strength. We found our courage. We came together. We tapped into a resilience we never even knew we had.

 

Year: 2020
Printing: Printed on Speckle Tone Starch White
Signed, Open Edition
Sizes: 14 x 11"; Black Frame with glass

 

International customers are responsible for import fees due upon delivery.⁣ ALL SALES FINAL

Art for Public Spaces: "Politics of America’s Pandemic." The pandemic, which could have brought the country together, has instead contributed to our growing political divides. In an ideal world, public health policy would be driven by theory and evidence, not the relative power of partisans. The downplaying of COVID, as well as opposition to mask-wearing and other precautions, have had real consequences for health and safety. But the polarization of the pandemic has had another unfortunate side effect: exacerbating economic harm a board for politicians to score points on, rather than a challenge for the nation to rise to continually reaps tragedy after tragedy. Dr. Fauci offers sound and simple advise – “Americans need to follow the scientific data and to stay out of the political fray. Let science and good data guide policy it’s not too late to vigorously apply good public-health measure.”

 

Size: 19 x 25”
Printed on Speckle Tone Starch White
Open Edition

Dr.Fauci_The Politics of Americas Pandem

North Bar Lake: A few days ago I had a dream about a discovery I made in 1979. Anyone who’s ever ventured to the beach at Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore’s North Bar Lake has seen a house — perched atop a dune, peeking out from the trees, overlooking North Bar’s channel to Lake Michigan. I wondered what its story was and daydreamed about what it would be like to wake up every morning with a view of North Bar to the east and Lake Michigan to the west.

In the dream, a different house stood in the middle of nature surrounded by North Bar Lake’s peaceful surroundings and Lake Michigan’s sunsets. In my mind, I continue to look up to the house on the hill and wonder about the people that lived there. The art pays homage to a joyful, peaceful time for me and to the owner of this beautiful place.

Digital print on Starch White Speckle Tone paper. Signed by Steve Sult, Open edition. International customers are responsible for import fees due upon delivery.⁣ ALL SALES FINAL.

North Bar Lake

Bob Dylan: I'm a Phil Ochs fan and I also happen to like Bob Dylan. My friend and collaborator, Curt Heckaman, posted his version of Dylan’s "The Times They Are A-Changin” on Facebook last week. The art is Inspired by Curt and Ken Regan’s image of the mid-seventies Dylan.

Digital print on Starch White Speckle Tone paper. Signed by Steve Sult, Open edition. International customers are responsible for import fees due upon delivery.⁣ ALL SALES FINAL.

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