Aspen Moon at Joshua Tree Music Festival

Aspen Moon at Joshua Tree Music Festival

I’m excited to announce that I will be one of nearly twenty fine artists featured artist at the 2014 Joshua Tree Music Festival in Joshua Tree State Park, California, October 9 – 12, 2014. I’ll be doing a brand new painting live during the festival. On Sunday, October 12, from 10 am until noon, all the paintings will be sold via silent auction in the Music Bowl.…

Posted on September 16th, by Aspen Moon in Blog, Exhibits and Events. No Comments


Creating Space

I have a brand new digital studio and have been playing a little with some new tools. I’ve also set my studio back up after hosting an amazing 4,000 mile road trip adventure with a dear and connected soul for the last seven weeks. Without any access to my studio, I’ve been spending a lot of my pondering time contemplating the creative process, what it’s about, and why it’s important.…

Posted on September 15th, by Aspen Moon in Blog. No Comments


Live Painting Preview, Burning Man 2014

Hi Art Fans!

I was honored to be able to show several of my works at the 2014 Burning Man Festival in Black Rock City, Nevada. They were exhibited as part of the Souk project, and were on display Monday – Friday at the festival.

I also had the invitation to do live painting at Burning Man Festival this year!…

Posted on September 12th, by Aspen Moon in Blog, Exhibits and Events. No Comments



Anahata Anahata, by Aspen Moon, June 2014. Acrylic on Canvas, 36" x 36" (Artist's Collection).

Posted on June 25th, by Aspen Moon in Blog, Gallery. 11 comments


Song in the Darkness

Song in the Darkness

An invitation to do a live art performance is something I always welcome. The most recent came with short notice, but I wanted to take advantage of the opportunity. So without a lot of planning, I decided to try something new−I wanted to start a new work for the occasion. I’m very excited with the progress I’ve made on it after only three days.…

Posted on May 19th, by Aspen Moon in Blog. No Comments


Mandala for the Earthlings

Mandala for the Earthlings Following the traditional construction of the universe, the mandala is divided into quarters, representing directions, elements, and powers through the traditional colors of red, green, blue, and yellow, symbolizing the land, the oceans and waters, cloudy skies, ice caps, mountains and deserts...all made of paper. Hundreds of paper flowers decorate the mandala.
Posted on May 5th, by Aspen Moon in Blog, Exhibits and Events. No Comments