Wednesday, October 19, 2016

needle at sea bottom

illlustration from in the wilds by nigel peake

energy cloth, folded , the back
white stork spreads wings
wedding cloth, draped
needle at sea bottom

robert rauschenberg combine detail, flare chute
reach up to pat horse
robert rauschenberg  untitled 1955, combine painting
carry tiger to mountain
memory of my IV pump, August
go back to ward off monkey
 grasp birds tail
robert rauschenberg combine detail, sock
slanting flying

I started to learn and practice Tai Chi. last month.  The texts in this post are memory aids for this moving meditation.  There are 108 moves.

I am fascinated by the combination of mind and body that is inherent within tai chi.
I discover them as if they are new, but they have been around for years and years.

The images in this post are of things I do not own yet remember deeply.

"I think a painting is more like the real world if it's made out of the real world"
Robert Rauschenberg  1925 - 2008


  1. Beautiful contemplations and creations this morning. Thank you.

  2. Dorothea7:25 pm

    I am so happy to hear you're doing tai chi! And all ready this ancient practice has found its way into your work, a natural fit. xo

  3. It interests me that things I made or loved or experienced from time past seem to resonate further into body memory through the images made visible by these traditional texts. x


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