Sedona Home

The idea of home is a theme that is continues to come up for me.

Home in the house I own and the office I rent.

Home in how I feel about certain people in my life.

Home in my body.

Home in the world, and in different places I visit.
Around this time last year, Swampboy and I visited Sedona, Arizona.


It was so unlike the Northeast. I can still see the oranges and reds when I close my eyes.


I felt completely flooded with visual images everywhere I looked. It was not, however, an overstimulated variety of flooded, like I feel whenever I am in a mall. This was different.


The vast emptiness of the landscape balanced the flood, so that the way I experienced this place was soothing.


I felt at home there.


I brought a traveling watercolor kit and painted a few quick studies while I was there. Just like every other home I know, Sedona has recently begun to come out of me in deeper creative ways.


  • Boynton Canyon, digital photograph, 2007.
  • Tree stump by Bell Rock, digital photograph
  • Wooden sculpture near Arcosanti, digital photograph.
  • Black cow from the car, digital photograph
  • Bell Rock study. Watercolor on paper. MC, 2007.
  • Sedona work in progress. Oil on canvas, 2008.

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