This is at an old tin mine along the far southwest coast of Cornwall. Beautiful coastline! The rocks of this particular cove drew me here to begin with. predominantly light toned granite eggs, and darker, smoother, heavier, basalt rocks. Traveling and balancing really changes the game a bit. no more comfort zone. the only option is to flow with the constant change. to adapt to new experience in real time. This creation resulted from my interest in this teardrop nook. Dangerous place to play. Exceptional place to display the native white granite boulders.

“Finish each day and be done with it. You have done what you could. Some blunders and absurdities no doubt crept in; forget them as soon as you can. Tomorrow is a new day; begin it well and serenely and with too high a spirit to be encumbered with your old nonsense.”

~ Ralph Waldo Emerson

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  1. “…interaction between artist and beholder is the cultural context that drives both making and perceiving to ever higher levels.” – Mohan Matthen (professor of philosophy at the University of Toronto)

    1. I think it’s so amazing that it’s pretty much straight across …. in latitude …. from Novia Scotia, but has palm trees! No temps much below 40 degrees …. year round. An amazing place that I need to see. Definitely on the bucket list!

  2. Η αντιξοότητα δημιουργεί ανθρώπους και η ευημερία δημιουργεί τέρατα.

    Βίκτωρ Ουγκώ, 1802-1885

    1. The strength of the waves and the fragility of the sculpture- wonderful! I’m almost scared that the waves might crash into the masterpiece but at the same time I know they are too far.

  3. beautiful symbology of the balance of feminine and masculine energies held in perfect balance. you are helping the world with every balance sculpture you make, emanating that balance and concentration all around the world. thank you for doing great work friend <3

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