The Life of the Soul: Imagination, Individuation and Love in C.G. Jung's Black Books I'm honored to have my article on Jung's relationship with the Soul in the Black Books (along with two of my mixed media collages) featured in the fall 2022 issue of Quadrant: The Journal of the C.G. Jung Foundation for Analytical Psychology, New York City. (Click on the title above for a pdf of this article & consider subscribing to this wonderful journal.)
Anima I (left) & Anima II (right). Both Venetian plaster, collage, acrylic, and drawing on panels
My personal artmaking reflects my passion for the eternal and universal forces that shape our lives - especially as they manifest themselves through story and myth. These have been called archetypes, the unconscious, psyche, soul, gods, goddesses, daimons, fate, spirits, the numinous, the ineffable, God, or any number of other terms across many cultures. Regardless of the terminology, a recognition of these forces deepens and enriches our experience as human beings as it expands our compassion for others, for our world, and for ourselves.