“Rootrill” I hope that you will forgive me for posting an eleven minute song in the twenty first century. Mostly, I hope that you enjoy it.
Prairie Creek Dining Table in white oak and black walnut. Red Elm window sill and shelf moving from rough to smooth. and being joined longways. Obed Edom is getting his finishing touches. A test print is pulled to see what needs adjusting. John Beartrist Laceroot is stirring. Jonas is free from his box and wondering if it could be time to tell his story…
When You Spoke, guitar, accordion, banjo, and voice.
A new drawing of Walking Man with some contextual review. And a traditional tune called The Gobby-O, played by the skin of my teeth on the tenor banjo, with spoons and guitar.
Layers of history at the bottom of the ancient ocean… John Beartrist Laceroot Theme, 5-string banjo
Plenty of two-dimensional work today: First, some hand-colored prints of Jacob Wrestling the Angel of God. A few of these are available if they strike you. Next, are some studies for a large, 18″ x 12″, lino-cut of Obed Edom. Finally, a few more prints and drawings. Finally and thankfully, I was engaged by the keen and mysterious richness of this astonishing poem , from Tom Hirons yesterday. As a rule, I…
When I Go Out I Wear a Disguise, banjo, guitar and midi organ and singing