Alabaster Rhumb is the singing composer of an illuminated songbook. A book that is in flux (just as he is), strewn across the surface of space-time

A picture of a one-armed legless statue of a man-child on a pedestal center “stage” over a trapdoor holding a human shaped heart that is dripping blood onto a reproduction of Van Gogh sunflowers with a bird perched atop his head staring at an angry moon on faded painting of a star filled sky with the planet Jupiter over a beach with the sea receded leaving behind a sea shell as golden ratio and of course a partial human skull. Only the statue and the skull cast shadows.


Once Upon a Time
As if You Never Ever Was

Bird in a Tree

©️1997-2024 Alabaster Rhumb (Library of Congress)