Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Conference on Pagan Studies

5th Annual Conference on Current Pagan Studies
Claremont School of Theology,
Claremont, California

February 7th and 8th, 2009


crookedsmilee said...

thanks for your frank honesty abaout where you are at the moment.
It helps. Grief is a strange mate.

Wrwebb said...

I was saddened to read what happened to your brother recently. Did you know that a correlation is suspected between chiropractic manipulation of the head and neck and brain stem arterial damage? I'm not a health professional but it does seem like a possibility in his case judging from your description of his condition. I wish him the best although I sense his situation looks bleak. I will pray for him. Recently I have had severe health problems also but the doctors and their assistants seem to have beat back the demons of disease perhaps permanently. I wish I could have seen your most recent exhibit in the East Bay. Perhaps you saw my art on display a few years ago at the Art of Living Center. We've come a long way since we were art students at UC Berkeley in the 70's haven't we? I love being an outsider artist of 30 years standing. Perhaps you don't view yourself and your work in this way. There are thousands and thousands of us and we have strength in numbers don't we? I love the beautifully expressive mask faces that you have done. Best wishes. Wrwebb