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Off the Coast of Utopia

An old friend and wonderful artist, Martinho Correia, interviewed me for blog: Off the Coast of Utopia.  The post can be found here.  It is an audio podcast.  Honestly, I do not like the sound of my recorded voice.

I met Martinho in 2000 when he was studying at the Angel Academy in Florence.  He went on to become a head instructor.  Now he travels extensively teaching workshops worldwide, founded an artist retreat in Portugal, and is creating a sacred art program for a Catholic university in Canada.  In addition to all this he still has time to create  beautiful paintings.

Here are a couple examples of his work:

Highlander, oil on linen, 50cm x 60cm
Highlander, oil on linen, 50cm x 60cm
Ananstasis, oil on linen, 3/4 life-size
Ananstasis, oil on linen, 3/4 life-size
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One thought on “Off the Coast of Utopia

  1. Well, no one likes the sound of their own recorded voice. It never sounds the way you think it does. But I thought you were very articulate and poised.

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