DOWN the RABBIT HOLE: Alice never liked that rabbit anyhow

Rabbit Hole (Or, We’re All Mad Here) When Alice was a little girl, She would run to the backyard elm, And hiding in its shadow, She would day dream til the dinner bell. There was a little hole at the Base of that old umbrella tree, Where she saw white rabbits sprinting In and out,…

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2014 & 2015: Despondency Carnival

Artist Statement: Much like when I began my Ancient God & Contemporary Circumstances(2013) and Seven Social Sins(2010) bodies of work, this series hit me like a compulsion.  I just kept painting.  However, the similarities end there. Unlike those mixed media works that have an external focus on relevant contemporary social issues, this series as created intuitively with…

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artist’s way II: week five artist date, part II

I wanted to try intuitive painting again after my week five artist date, although, I didn’t think I would get back into it again, so soon.  As I mentioned in my earlier post, I recently purchased Flora Bowley’s book, Brave Intuitive Painting.  It’s a beautiful book, I love her perspective on painting, and her concepts…

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altered art journal: greek myths I

I was inspired to create an altered book visual journal from the others I had seen by clever and creative types. My usual  art journals have been 6 in x 6 in Canson spiral bound sketchbook. I liked the manageable size, because the pages were small, but not too small. Spiral bindings are ideal because…

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the sketchbook project 2014: background process

Like last year, I have decided to take part in the growing global artistic goodness that is The Sketchbook Project (2014).  I did create a sketchbook contribution for 2013 (Lyrically Inclined), which is now currently on tour.  I ordered my sketchbook much earlier this year, so I do have more time to work on the project. …

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