Boise, ID, United States
About Len Sodenkamp
Some-Thing from the artist Expressing that which can only be communicated by employing some kind of thoughtful action is the creative process. In other words the act of using tools and thoughts to cause that which is no-thing to become some-thing. For some it takes place with palette and brush, for others paper and pen. What ever action employed the person experiencing or viewing the results of such action must now be present. In that moment no longer absent in the past or future because you simply cannot be present and absent, happy or sad at the same time. Perhaps the fundamental reason for implementing thoughtful action to create things is to reminded us to be present in the controllable moment and not dwell in the uncontrollable past or future. A beautiful person, author and great thinker of our century Doctor Wayne Dyer created a-lot of THINGS in his life time and I am reminded of his thoughtful action put to paper with pen. "If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change".
Burnley School of Professional Art Seattle Washington 1972 1975 (now know as the Art Institute of Seattle)
I have been painting for over 40 years, and that is a work in progress.
Retired from shows and gallery's now. Commissions, word of mouth, online sales and studio showings by appointment.
Home studio social media and online.