Some ideas are too grandiose for us to hatch.
Black Swan on Edge
Before a big decision.
Faith Red Cat
Desperately holding on to something that has no source.
Fate of a Planet
A commentary on apocalyptic phobia.
Finch in Cage
Caging natural beauty is trapping freedom.
Symbolic of human nosiness into the nature of God, and a pun on a graven image.
God plays dice with a raven in the universe.
When we rise again, even our demons dance.
This piece combines a chickadee with my interest in crossword puzzles blended with Piet Mondrian's style. Mondrian was heavily influenced by occult ideas in Blavatsky's Theosophy as I was in my youth. You can find his name in the crossword. I borrowed his style from his piece Victory Boogie Woogie (1944) Victory Boogie-Woogie, 1944 by Piet Mondrian (piet-mondrian.org)
The other may appear frightening.
Free but carrying chains of history.
Inspired by inspectors sent to Middle East to find and disarm explosives
What Mouse Said
Does a cat care?