In the premier of Cirkus Diurnus, the oldest piece in the show was this entry from Journal No. 3. Observations that just had to be captured, these were noted on Christmas Eve in and around New York City.
38” x 60” Digital Print on Metal, Matte Clear, Edition of 5
In all my years of keeping journals, dreams have eluded the capture. Even during the late 1980’s when I literally had several dream catchers hanging in my apartment, and the “thing to do” was journal your dreams. They can be quite telling, so about twenty years later, I wrote this one down. It was that vivid.
May 5, 2016
42” x 60” Digital Print on Metal, Matte Clear
Here’s a journal entry that later became a LinkedIn post called “Back To The Drawing Board.” There’s a lesson to be learned in this one and seems to resonate with many people. An inspiring piece.
March 18, 2005
Digital Print on Metal, Matte White
More commonly referred to simply as “Pal’s,” this is one of the most popular pieces from the show Cirkus Diurnus. Brought back many memories for some, brought others to tears. To me, this journal entry just brings me back to that special place. Friends will come and go, but a true Pal, well, that’s a different story. Complete with coffee ring, this piece is also available in a smaller size that is backlit by LED.
July 13, 1991
Originally released as “Stream of Consciousness,” and the only large- format piece from Cirkus Diurnus available as a 12” x 12” archival paper, unframed print. Written in one sitting, I just let myself clear my head on the thoughts of the day at that very moment. In a way, it was inspired by an observation I made regarding journalist Edward R. Murrow in that “words cannot describe.”