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November 3rd, 2005

Hello to you! I've been away for a little while. It's nice to be pack. I'm working on two 8 x 10 foot landscapes. Also, ink images descrived as books of about 15 pages each. And smaller figurative paintings (3 x 4 feet); and what ever is coming forward next.

I am also showing in Dresden, Germany. Check out my CV.

July 5th, 2004

"Story" of words from a kind person:

Hello there Monsieur Iverson. I would care to extend my attraction to your gutsy and most wonderful paintings. My first encounter with your work was a nosy happening. I was simply viewing the James Baird gallery in St.Johns NL [Newfoundland] ,(my place of habitat) when I saw through the crack of an heavy adjacent door an explosion of melodic colour. There in the vacant office leaned one of your magnificent paintings. Non to which I have seen before, so my lazy foot crept apon that crack in the door only to push its entirety. Wide eyed and brimming there it was, still movent, running before my eyes. My heart most truthfully lept, again and again my eyes graced such bordom of consistant images that evoke, in my most polite manner...nothing. You however have the makings. Most sincerly Linzee Barr

Check out her music - Linzee Barr is a musician - at The Firewires.

April 14th, 2004

Creativity is a ritualistic process verifying, through conscious and subconscious thought, the major inner convictions that the creator holds, bringing "it" to the surface, so to assert the very essence of one's existance. 1995-02-04

April 2nd, 2004

Pride is a see-through mirror. Your smiling intellect gazes at its own reflection while on the see-through window side sits and cries your lonesome soul.

March 21, 2004

Always beware of the germ that is out there and around us constantly... known as "Daily Pattern".

March 19th, 2004


Smiling sweetly at
Quiet Moments running
Little Ms. Piano-keys
Sings interludes of
Circus atyre as
Mr. Yellow-Clock,
Drunk of time
Tip tows in cotton PJ's
On Bright Moons and
Bright Stars passing.

Phil, 2004

March 12th, 2004

In creativity it is important to let out the wild beast from within,... because only when it is running freely, can it be tamed.

Feb 12th, 2004

I am not here to teach, parse. I am here to react.

Feb 9th, 2004

The process of passion; the key factor in my work. Through this process I am able to attain a clear view of how wonderful life is, ... always.

Jan 15th, 2004

Energy is everywhere!

Dec 8th, 2003

For a dream to come true, wishing alone is not enough. "Doing", can make a dream come true (boy, that one is tacky; but it's true).

Nov 28, 2003

The cityscape is like an image of our conscious mind (left hemisphere); everything is mathematical and can be given reason. The natural landscape is like our subconscious mind (right hemisphere) in that there is no conscious planning behind the shape of the hills and rivers; it just is.

Nov 26, 2003

Comparing Bob Dylan to Tom Waits is like comparing Pavarotti to Carreras.



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