18" x 20"
Most mornings I’m up to see the sun, and that rising of the light moves me very much, and I’m used to thinking and feeling in words, so it sort of just happens. I think one thing is that prayer has become more useful, interesting, fruitful, and … almost involuntary in my life,” she says. “And when I talk about prayer, I mean really … what Rumi says in that wonderful line, ‘there are hundreds of ways to kneel and kiss the ground.'” — Mary Oliver
We live in a world that moves faster than humans were designed for. As a byproduct we are extremely wasteful and disconnected from each other and the earth we live on. Inside each of us we know there is a better story calling us to reclaim the landscapes and lives we were created for.
A.D. Hogan is artwork to repurpose our waste and reconnect us to the wild. Each statement piece is an original. There are no shortcuts in the process. Each work is created with dozens to hundreds of handcrafted pieces of reclaimed lumber. Art calls us to slow down and anchor us to those transcendental values of goodness, beauty, and truth found right here on the earth around us.
Every good story embraces the restoration of what should otherwise be lost.