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I am a poet, visual artist (ceramic sculpture, drawing and painting) and editor. My art has become more and more surrealistic and in its way, Goddess oriented in philosophy (i.e., nurturing of the planet and each other plus honoring the spirits and symbols from the unconscious, metaphysics etc.) with a good dose of the Surreal. I focus on exploring feelings and body language many of us might otherwise miss. The art of relationships is a passion of mine, between us humans and the creatures around us, as well as with the Earth itself. I find art to be very healing, and it is this fact that really drives me. I also enjoy sharing art, poetry, social and political philosophy, and an interest in ecology and nutrition/health with others. I have thus created a progressive online magazine (Eos: The Creative Context) where like minded people can share their work.

  • Herman

    by Bea Garthcopyright 2008work still in progressNote: click on picture to see an expanded version This piece is inspired by my great grandfather Herman Sund.

  • SUNSET BAY STATE PARK (first part)

    by Steve Arntson copyright 2008 See it there!A sunset just a darkeningA black-and-white affair more suitable for Bad Guys and lonesome times It is said the rocks were blasted onceAt the entrance dynamite you didn’t stick around! Before you think… Read More ›

  • 海の日、江の島, The Day of the Sea, Enoshima

    by Erik Kayecopyright 2008watercolorNote: double click on picture to enlarge This is another in a series of watercolors of Japan by Erik Kaye. He has been living there with his wife since the late nineties.


    A Bridge Between Heaven and Earth by Graeme Jones copyright 2008 In the early 1970’s I concluded that the remarkable hatred and fear directed at Communism by the miserable, small-minded cretins that ran the New Zealand Government suggested that there… Read More ›

  • Evolving Line IX

    Please double click picture to enlargeby Erik Kaye, copyright 2008watercolor

  • Fallen Angel

    Note: double click on pictures to see a larger Bea Garth, copyright 2008scraffito-carved ceramic sculpture in progress, 2 views This piece seems to reflect “A Fallen Angel”– i.e., how one reacts to losing a relationship as well as reviewing… Read More ›

  • Ryukoji View, Katase

    Note: double click picture to enlargeby Erik Kaye, copyright 2008watercolor“Its a famous nearby temple, Ryukoji, (ji means temple-Ryu means Dragon, Ko means mouth– Dragon Mouth Temple) where the Saint Nichiren was being executed when a bolt of lightning hit the… Read More ›

  • Eos Re-emerging

    Note: double click to enlarge the pictureby Bea Garth,copyright 2008ceramic sculpture using carved engobe and colored terra sigillattas Note: Eos refers to the Goddess of the Dawn. I created this piece years ago in the early nineties beginning on the… Read More ›

  • Devil Girl

    Note: double click picture to see the enlarged versionby Erik Kaye, copyright 2008watercolor80 cm wide x 110 cm high (roughly 31 3/4″ x 43 1/2″) Note: Eric says this is a composite picture inspired by a rave celebrating the viewing… Read More ›


    by Joan Dobbie, copyright 2008 standing beside anold red pickupscratching hisbelly buttonlooks up to seea (not really sowise) old womanride byon her mud yellow bicycleflashing a smile& waves to hershyly

  • Really?

    Note: please double click on picture to get a larger viewCarved and painted ceramic wall plaque using engobe and terra sigillatas as colorantsby Bea Garth, copyright 2008

  • Animus

    by Bea Garth, copyright 2008 Speak and I will run,come softly.‘Though it draws meI am afraid of the fire.Like a pumaI must think I am unseen,a few yards behind your reachin the darkness, amongst the trees.I must know that you… Read More ›

  • Reading

    (Double click on the picture and you will get a larger version)By Erik Kaye, copyright 2008watercolor (If interested in purchasing some of Erik’s work, please send a query by clicking on the envelope icon after it says comments below.)


Artists from all over the world, producing new works and creative ideas in a fantastic location, in contact with nature!

Sulfites ABC

Sulfites, Foods High in Thiol/Sulfur, Sulfates, Genetic Sulfite Intolerance.

Anything But Paella

A different side of Spain.

Bea Garth's Dream-Like Art & Poetry

Negra With Tumbao

Life Beauty Culture

Reverse Ritual

Understanding Anthroposophy Through the Rhythms of the Year

Speaking of Witch Wands & Magickal Things

Written by Witches for Witches

Oregon WCA Artists

Oregon Women's Caucus for Art

Carol Foreman Brockfield

Poet in Medford, Oregon

Elusive Mummers

who get lost between sighs and restless nights.


Songs of Selah with Scott Thomas Outlar


Life as you don't expect it


Because life is too overrated to ignore


No Geological Nuclear Dump Under the Irish Sea, Cumbria or Anywhere

Arcilla y fuego

Una visión sobre el complejo y apasionante mundo de la cerámica

Palabra de bruja

Viviendo entre los mundos


The News That Matters about the Nuclear Industry Fukushima Chernobyl Mayak Three Mile Island Atomic Testing Radiation Isotope

Vision-, Faces- and Beastscapes: The Crazy Art of Erik Kaye

Watercolor artwork of a gifted, slightly deranged young suburban shaman in his 60s.


| Intuitive Painter

Eos: The Creative Context

art, poetry, fiction, social/political/metaphysical/health commentary

Writing Finger

Translations of Poetry from Galician and Spanish into English

J.D. Moyer

science fiction author

Cooking Without Limits

Food Photography & Recipes

Cucina Naturale

Simple organic whole food

The menopause histamine connection

Explaining the link between itching, hot flashes, hormones, and menopause.


Because PowerPC is still running in my MAC

TheCoevas official blog

Strumentisti di Parole/Musicians of words

Karen Bailey Studio

My art, designs and what inspires me


Bringing the outside in is the best place for your personal blog or business site.