“Unfinished Symphony.” This painting started out to be a fanciful look at the amazing rock formations that you find throughout the U.S.A. The rocks look like someone intentionally put them where they are. And I thought, maybe this is where the Hopi people get their inspiration for Kachinas. Then I thought, this road looks very lonely with nothing on it. How about a flat be truck carrying people. O.K. but who? How about rock stars who are no longer with us. O.K. but who? How about my favorites. Then I thought isn’t this the road from Forrest Gump? How about Forrest running right through the painting and right through my work area? I didn’t have time to move the cans and photo out of the way. While I was working I hit a dead spot and needed a break so I went to the garage and started going through old boxes and I came upon my baseball glove from when I was 11 years old. And I thought, the painting helped me find the glove and it must want the glove in the painting and I agreed. And that’s how the artistic mind works.