Wednesday, March 21, 2012
Wednesday, February 8, 2012
A sweet old fashioned notion. . . The beginnings of a snail-mail art, Tag team operation with a fellow illustrator. This is my contribution and now it's en route to be manipulated, tampered with, doctored up and hopefully beautified.
Tuesday, November 22, 2011
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Monday, October 24, 2011
I found this in the vault. I am thinking this is about five or six years old and still as poignant for me as it was when I first created it. Often I stumble across these old drawing with a bit of detachment, but this piece is definitely fun for me as the first day I made it.
Wednesday, August 17, 2011
I have been obsessed with this story ever since I read the book. I had to add a little of my own creativity to this story, so one late night I created this sketch from a still of the movie. I think I got the obsession out of my system . . . maybe . . .
I'm not one to showcase a dead horse, but this is an oldie but goodie. Visited a close friend in Ca, who still displayed this painting of mine which now dates about ten years plus old. Still looking sharp and clean. I just let the nostalgia wash over me and took it for what its worth.
Wednesday, July 27, 2011
Digital collage has become my new pastime and I am having fun with this new avenue of picture making. Thank you google, I appreciate the wealth of free images. It's obvious that I am no Rauschenberg, but remixing a new world with found images and creating these surreal scenes has been quite enjoyable.
Hitting the half way mark on these creations. I am still full of inspiration for this project and I am eagerly awaiting to see these characters amongst their whole family. Unfortunately, I think I maybe a little sad when it is all over. Fearing the separation anxiety.
Thursday, June 16, 2011
Wednesday, May 25, 2011
It's far from a fairy tale, so keeping that item on your sleeve may not be in your best interest. Best to keep it concealed, some place safe and only share it with someone worthy. Just remember where you hide it, because you wouldn't want to lose this item. It's too important to misplace.
Wednesday, May 4, 2011
He had some interesting ideas and a way with words. I never could decided whether he was trying to make me feel better in times of sorrow or he was just telling his hard luck stories to keep me from whining about my life. Either way, I am truly grateful. Thanks Charles.
. . . she had, where I was killed in a building accident. I told her it was only a dream and that there's no reason to be concerned because I will never become a construction worker. She said that as long as I don't get fired from this Art thing, I won't ever become a builder so she won't worry.