Friday, January 3, 2014

The frequency of sound has always been a healing experience for me. I have the same connection with light and color, a natural next step into the world of imaging.  As I move through urban and  rural landscapes I try to stay connected to a common thread of light and color that gives meaning to the illuminating thread of love that connects us all.

Sunday, February 27, 2011

Its been a week since my retreat in the desert. I find myself reaching for the thread that keeps me close  to the cleansing vibration of open space and quiet sunsets. I live in two worlds or maybe three. 

The desert is a very spiritual place that can open your heart and heal your soul. She offers beauty and quiet space but can be harsh and sometimes extreme. Beautiful sunsets, billowing clouds, 50 mile an hour wind gusts and  oppressive heat. Winter and spring are my favorite seasons but I also like to visit in the summer when the temperature is so hot  you are forced to slow down and take some time to just be.


Wonder Valley Cabin



Enjoying the fire




My friend James brainstorming ideas for a bedroom and bath









Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Desert Wonderland

The desert was amazing. Spending time in silence with the wind and a little social time with friends. A photograph of the beautiful cloud that welcomed me home. More to come...



Wonder Valley, CA

Friday, February 18, 2011

Its Raining

Its Friday night and  raining in the city. Packing for the desert and enjoying the company of good friends.  Plan on leaving after my morning yoga class. Namaste








Wednesday, February 16, 2011

It all starts with something as simple as being in nature and listening to the wind.

Its been a long and crazy week filled with  deadlines and   hormonal teenagers who stop by my office to share their view of the world. I'm craving a quiet weekend  at my cabin in Wonder Valley where I  have plenty of space to rejuvenate and dream about things bigger than myself.

Wonder Valley is a  rural area in the Mohave desert located 12 miles northeast of Twentynine Palms. The winter light is warm and magical and my neighbors are an eclectic mix of desert artists, families and  homesteaders. 

My little homestead cabin lives on 5 acres with a  panoramic view of the mountains and a spectacular view of the night sky.  A perfect place to relax, reflect, make music and practice yoga to the rhythm of the sunrise.  
Rebuilt Homestead
La Luna should be full this weekend. If I'm lucky the coyotes will stop by for a howling session.   I'm packing up the flutes, drums, yoga mat and Kulama. Its time to homestead.