Barry Midgorden has known he would be experiencing life as an artist since high school. Though interested in various media, in college he was particularly attracted to the ceramic arts, making that and commercial art his emphasis. After graduation Barry spent fifteen years making a living as a full-time graphic artist and designer. In the mid-1990s he realized one of his dreams and took a position as a full time artist and teacher of pottery a spirituality support center. After a three month trip around the world visiting friends, museums, and sacred sites, he and his wife decided to move to Arizona, settling in Sierra Vista. Now Barry teaches pottery, drawing, and Macintosh computing classes, exhibits his pottery in local galleries, and keeps his hands in the graphic arts by working part-time as a graphic designer and by offering design and publishing services through Bazz Graphics.
When Jenna’s life is shattered she finds journals linking her to Morgan, a distant ancestress. As she enters Morgan’s consciousness, the two women embark on life changing parallel journeys that may help them find self-knowledge, healing, and love.
A prehistoric tale of finding your way home.
Scottosaurus is lost, but he doesn’t know it, until something reminds him he has a family. How will he find them? Can he find his way home without getting eaten by Tyrannosaurus Rex? What will he learn on his journey home?