Posted on April 29, 2013
The first batch new pages are up. They are a new Printmaking page and a page called the Legend of Walking Man. You can find them under the title “Work” from the main menu above. The Walking Man page, I expect to be adding more information about Walking Man over time, so if you like that fellow please check back every once and a while. In celebration of the new pages, todays image is pulling from both, to wit, a print of Walking Man.
Posted on April 21, 2013
Glynn Young highlighted this blog in his on Saturday. Thank you, Glynn, for the honor and the encouragement.
Posted on December 17, 2011
Early Fronts-piece design for The School of the Transfer of Energy, featuring a drawing of a goatsucker.
Cover for the first handbook of The School of the Transfer of Energy.
Below is a revised and very pared down introduction to what the School of the Transfer of Energy represents:
The School of the Transfer of Energy
The Institute of Signs and Levers
The School of the Transfer of Energy was established as a tool to bring a simple order and understanding to a broad range of arts, crafts and agriculture based disciplines and the outputs of those disciplines. The Institute of Signs and Levers refers to a view of those disciplines as a deliberate and purposeful technology towards the receiving, cultivation and realization of relationship to God the Father, Son and Spirit.
Posted on March 9, 2009
Here is the main stage for the School of the Transfer of Energy Puppet Theater with some interesting shadows in the morning sun.
A slightly more complete picture of the same stage. Here you can see the main curtains, and the side screens. The shadow screen can be seen behind the trees of the scene in the stage. The scene, which is under construction, is John Beartrist Laceroot entering a grove of cedar trees.
Below is a peak at the mechanics of one of the rod puppets under the main stage floor.
This is the stage for the marionette narrator of the play which takes place on the stage in the preceding photos. The wooden container, which is actually used to transport part of the main stage, serves double duty as the platform for the narrator’s stage. There will be a curtain concealing the legs of the operator.
Here is a detail at the foot of the stage. The whale is the symbol for Jonah, who the narrator, Jonas, is named for.