A fresh snowfall on a lake is a wonderfully blank canvas —

A winter stage of sorts — if you’ve got the right perspective — and I do.

From my 17th floor office window overlooking Lake Normandale, I can watch the sun both rise and set for a certain number of weeks in the year.   And in the precious hours of winter daylight I am a skybox spectator at a dynamic art show in the snow.

The artists come and go as the snow flies.  Their works of art evolve with the elements.

Intricate whirled patterns made with steel-belted brushes, masterfully driven from start to finish with purpose and precision.

Pairs of foot prints stamped with intention to create large scale abstract geometric patterns. 

Grafitti-like smears here and there —

Declarations of hello and love and peace and—

Oh my —

Is that what I think it is?

In a bold salutation to the south facing windows of the 8400 Tower — the ultimate —

Hard on —


Bravo!  Bellissimo!

And apparently — art being art — with the power to elicit strong —

And often extremely polarized responses from different people —


The building management was called.  Human Resources was alerted.

And then — like a four-hour trip on Cialis, it was decided to bring this masterpiece down —

With a stomp.

Cheers from some —

And from others —

Fun —

While it lasted.

The above photo, entitled “bleep”, was taken after the stomping out which is visible in the upper right corner of the frame.

My art flows from the patterns & paths of my lived experience which ⏤ like yours ⏤ are at once deeply personal and entirely universal.

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