This past weekend I began on a new mixed media project that is much larger than what I'm used to working on (I haven't measured it out yet, but the biggest I've ever worked on previously was about 16x20, so this is lot bigger). I had claimed some scrap wood from the backyard of my… Continue reading t.@.L.L. LOG 6-12-17
Back to work this Friday, though I was feeling a bit sluggish and low energy, something that happens very once in a while. And it didn't help any more that some teenagers nearby were smoking some weed and I could smell the strong odor, yuck. Still I pushed myself to get some work done, and… Continue reading t@LL Log 4/15/17
Three years ago I created a piece titled "Atomic Peace." link here. This is a follow-up of that, three years later. As you can see here now the figure has been decimated to a skeleton, a result of the extreme exposure to the nuke. Now I don't know if one can really be reduced to… Continue reading Atomic Dawn
Do you remember in your teenage years when you'd look in your mirror and see those icky snow-capped red bumps spread all over your face? And how you'd try to rid of them by squeezing out those gross yellow gunk and you're left with crater like scars that would take years or worse never… Continue reading Scars
I mentioned before I was going to try to keep documentation a of my art processes, so now I will try to do my best without making it too complicated. Today I'm doing some prep work for three different pieces, using various techniques and media. The first one below is to be my selfie;… Continue reading Studio Day 5-29-15
http://visionfilmworks.com/art/bio.html I first came to know this artist through a book "Mixed Media Workshop," a how-to on making art with nontraditional materials and techniques. His style and approach has inspired me to adopt his methods, and you will seeing them in my future works soon. Check out his works and learn more about him in… Continue reading Website Lookup 7: The Art of Issac Anderson
Disclaimer: Now I in no way consider myself on the rank as the artists listed in the series to put myself here. But I just didn't know what other categories to put this one in, so.... Remember my first post where I showed you eight different sketches of my face in different medium and techniques?… Continue reading Portrait of An Artist: ME!
In a techno-heavy society of computers, smartphones, iPads, wi-fi, 4G, where can one find room for humanity?
Is the price of fame really worth the cost of your identity? Continuing the theme from the post about my distaste for K-Pop idols, take a good look at this picture. Can you see what Is wrong here? Let me tell you something I picked up about the behind the curtains of the KPOP scene.… Continue reading IDOLLS
2013 Watercolor, pastel, pencil, and collage on Bristol 17x11 each PIECES OF ME (a poem): Who am I? What is My purpose for living, and why? Where do I go from here, and how do I get there? Like pieces of the jigsaw, I take Myself apart; Scatter them here and all, And rebuild it… Continue reading Pieces of Me