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5. Morphogenesis

18. Looking Back

18. Looking Back

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19. Morning Joy

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4. Athena’s Regret

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Pandora PRess Release

Pandora PRess Release

PRESS RELEASE For immediate release PANDORA: DR. RON CLAVIER’S NEW ARTWORK OFFERS A HUMANISTIC CHALLENGE TO CULTURAL MISOGYNY Pandora was Greek mythology’s the first mortal woman. Created by male gods, she lived with her husband in a paradisiac setting. One day, Pandora was presented with a box, which she was forbidden to open under any […]

Criticism and the Role of Didacticism in Art

Criticism and the Role of Didacticism in Art

Like all scientists, my strongest imperative is to find out something that no one else ever knew (i.e., make a discovery), and then tell it to as many people as possible, so that they would be better off than they had been before. In doing so, the scientist thrusts humanity forward on its path to […]

Deserts and The Joy of Life”

Deserts and The Joy of Life”

My love of desert landscape flows out of some of the most spiritually profound moments of my life. I’ve been fortunate to see the panorama of the Judean desert from the heights of Masada, walk in shadow of the pyramids of Giza, face the “treasury” at Petra; gaze at the “seven pillars of wisdom” in […]

On Love and Waterscapes: Part II

On Love and Waterscapes: Part II

Symbolism and Spirituality Water and Earth (Continued) To my embarrassment, I must confess that in my last message, I showed the wrong image for the painting “Lake Interior”. That image is called “Lake Surface”, and it is described below. So here is my discussion of “Lake Interior” accompanied by the correct image. Artist’s have often […]