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This NFT (non-fungible crypto artwork) is a digital work located on the blockchain. (Copy and paste the following Internet address into a browser bar tab or window to view it). Traditionally, an outdoor booth of an unfinished lumber frame and palm fronds on top to celebrate a Jewish religious holiday of the fall season. The view looking upward as here recalls the sheltering wings of the Lord for those within.

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Print:Giclee on Canvas

Size:16 W x 12 H x 1.25 D in

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I call Tucson, Arizona home. I have lived here, off and on, since the age of five, even though I actually was born in New York City. Tucson is surrounded by craggy mountains, majestic saguaros, thorn trees and scruffy desert brush, with the occasional cloud formation looking like ghost riders in the sky. The vistas are spectacular and the spirit of the wild old west lives on, particularly on bright, moonlit nights. It is a unique place. I traveled extensively when I was younger, probably more than most when I did it, and lived abroad as an expatriate, but I am always most comfortable among the people and surroundings of the Sonoran desert. As a young man, I spent time in the art museums of Europe, which I credit with nurturing a love of art. I first got involved with creating art during the French Revolution of 1968 (yes, if you do the math, you will realize I am no spring chicken). I was a foreign student and I became a helper to French art students from the École des Beaux-Arts who designed, created, printed and distributed posters that were plastered on the streets in support of the revolution. Later, I took up the invitation of a friend to visit an artist community in Corsica, off the coast of France, and I remained there and learned. This sparked confidence and interest in art as means of expression. For a career, I was a lawyer on many different matters involving technology, international law and immigration, and taught at the University level in Ethiopia. In the 1990's I got interested in the Internet, discovered encryption, and developed some new methods which I patented and sold to a Japanese company. By 2015, it was time to wind up the law practice and devote time to art. I started with digital art. I begin with digital images, and follow up with acrylic paints and gesso on canvas, which enable both watercolor-like strokes and heavy, pallet-knife textures. I enjoy color and movement, and depicting relations between objects or people, especially when they involve tension and resolution. I spend a lot of time hiking in the desert, which is a source of great inspiration and renewal, and I am a dedicated practitioner of Tai Chi and Chi Gong, which keep me limber and focused. I am fortunate to have married a charming, talented and authentic person, Harriet, and our life together is fun and interesting.

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