Another cairn painting - a little one.
At the risk of boring everyone, I would like to say a little about the cairn paintings and why I do them. I was intrigued when I saw my first cairn. I was astounded when I saw them at the vortex in Sedona, about 9 years ago - hundreds of them. And again in Maine. I think each one is like a lesson - of patience to find the right angle of each stone, of gentleness in the placing of the stone atop. Of the joy I find in our differences - I think each stone has a personality and it's color and shape reveal it, I think we must trust when we balance them, and give in to that sense of balance. Very much the way I want to live my life. This one is named Strength because the stones fit very solidly into each other, and support each other. I know people of true strength. I bet you do, too.