New Pages

Welcome to the School of the Transfer of Energy, there are some new images and pages to see.

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A page for the School of the Transfer of Energy Puppet Theater has been created using images from a Wichita show back in 2003.  I have slight hopes that this page might effectively convey at least a small idea of some of my puppetry concerns.  Unfortunately, the theater has been on hold as other endeavors hold sway, not to mention a want for appropriate work space.  Have no fear, though, because it is a lifelong project as I understand it, and will continually be making appearances and evolutions as time goes on.  Paintings often take two to three years for me to produce.  This puppet theater is even more involved and will take my entire life to complete.   

The Unseen Tillman

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The Unseen Tillman, is a new painting that is recently completed and is for sale (see the works for sale page)-sold.  This painting is an old subject from about nine years ago that has been revisited.  The original was a much simpler image on a small panel and is in a private collection.  This newer image is a symbol of unseen life being tilled and tended to.  The plowing tillman is a silent toiler, working in the golden corridor.  At times I paint more intuitively, without as clear an idea of what I wish to convey.  Those paintings, like this one, always contribute segments of a visual language that is continually being learned, aquired and invented.  

This painting has some text in it as well.  Mentioned is the Golden Corridor which is the name that THE SCHOOL OF THE TRANSFER OF ENERGY has given to the certain beautiful and fleeting moments of the day when the setting or rising of the sun saturates the landscape and air with golden colored light.  

There are some other additions to the archives section on paintings as well as a few cosmetic modifications throughout all the pages.   I hope that you can take the time to see what is new, and please comment on anything that strikes you.

-Jack

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