Documentary: Solomon Kane

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"Gone To Hell... Be Right Back..."

Oct. 24 - Nov. 1
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Quantum Physics Show


"Lockup in the sky with diamonds"

Houston Chronicle
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Good Vibrations Metaphysical Magical Mysteries In Art

when: June 27th, 2009
where: Betz Art Gallery
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Artist's Saloon

when: May 21, 2008
where: SpaceTaker
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Psycho-Spirituality Under the Black Lights

when: May 24, 7:00pm, 2008
where: H Gallery
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when: Sept. 8 - Nov. 15, 2007
where: ArtCar Museum
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"One Show"

when: July 21 - 28, 2007
where: Elder Street Gallery
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Art in City Hall

when: April 26, 11:30am
where: City Hall Annex
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December's Children

Six established Houston artists
when: Dec. 14, 6pm
where: Lynn Michaels River Oaks Salon
3637 West Alabama

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Reproductions of the Artist's work can be purchased online.

Unframed 15"x20
mixed media on illustration board

Dedicating one's body and soul to God is a noble thought, but mankind was created with the desire and ability to procreate in order to keep the species going. These desires and urges are natural and normal, and the institute of marriage and the concepts of morality were given by God to control and utilize this. We live in a physical world and this includes all of the bodily functions, which naturally occur. The act of being celibate is contrary to the laws of nature and God and it has been a source of aberrant sexual behavior in certain monastic orders and cults, or wherever it has been instituted. We are all comprised of both a body and a soul and even though the spiritual is very important, we exist within the physical, and through God, we are subject to its rules and laws. It has been said that there are some people who are too spiritually minded to be of any physical use here on earth. To cloister oneself away from the world in order to be more spiritual and to worship the Creator of the Universe seems to deny the overall divine plan for mankind. It is almost as if God had made a mistake by creating the world and we must flee to escape the corruption which has crept in and which He was unable to prevent. By this we must conclude that God didn't know what he was doing and is unable to control the entire cosmological system. To me, escaping from the world seems a selfish way to worship the Lord of the Universe, and to avoid our responsibility in restoring the world to the way it was meant to be. Good can only exist if there is evil and we all know that there is plenty of evil in the world. God has left it to us to correct the evils and restore the righteousness which creation once had. It is up to us to do it, and if we don't do it, it won't get done.