James L. Acord
James L. ACORD The Transmutation of James L. Acord 10/19/44 ~ 1/9/2011 Artist James L. Acord, 66, passed away 1/9. Public memorial on Sat. 3/12, at the New Orleans restaurant in Seattle. Jim was once an altar boy, a cowboy, a farm hand, a master stone carver, and an artist in residence at Imperial College London. He was the only individual granted a nuclear materials license. His art works include the Monstrance for a Grey Horse and reliquaries related to his desire to sculpt transmuted nuclear materials. He is survived by a surrogate family of friends. www.jameslacord.com. 'Those who desired only for wealth would always fail.The true alchemists knew that the real lead was in their own hearts and only through purity of motivation could they transform that lead into gold.' - JLA
Published by The Seattle Times on Mar. 6, 2011.
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I met you when I was 14, you took the time to show me and explain your work. As we ran into each other over the years, you continued to share you art and your time. Your passion for your art and generosity of spirit will be greatly missed.
Alan Carter
March 8, 2011
Jim was a real nice Guy.
Don Syria
March 8, 2011
JIm, you were your own person and a very interesting person at that. It wasn't always an easy road but it was the road you picked. We all miss you so much. Much love Sandra and Andy
sandra bauer
March 6, 2011
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