Category Archives: Artwork

Arcaylis, Element of Land, Sea and Sky

Arcaylis, Element of Land, Sea and Sky (drawing completed in 2007). This picture was drawn as a sister piece to 2005’s Enoxx, Season of Four Weathers. I used a wide range of magic markers for Arcaylis, the entire concept and … Continue reading

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Utican

Utican (drawn in 2009) represents the outlandish world that lies within the past of an extraordinary person. We don’t typically see this interior; we’re not privy to it; we can’t even imagine it. Heretofore, we’ve just seen what’s on the … Continue reading

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The Wheels of Time Grind Slowly But Fine

The Wheels of Time Grind Slowly But Fine (drawing made in 2009). The drawing’s concept is exemplified by the Harry Morgan character in To Have and Have Not, the novel by Ernest Hemmingway. It’s conceivable that no-nonsense Harry would say … Continue reading

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“Do You Think Less Of Me?”

NON-FICTION. When I was an art student at North Adams State College, a close friend used to tell me about her experiences of life in the city. She grew up in a harsh “street environment” and we’d talk at all … Continue reading

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Growth

NON-FICTION, 350 words. Growth is an idea that inspires the unmoving to move. Growth does not need fertile ground and does not seek permission. Growth requires an available space. Growth is always new. It is not always comprised of new … Continue reading

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Honoring Pearl Harbor with a drawing

On December 7th, 1941, Japanese forces attacked the United States naval base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Among the 2,390 military and civilians killed, ranging from 3 months to 66 years old, nearly twelve-hundred servicemen died on the battleship USS ARIZONA. … Continue reading

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Faces in the Window

When Rob Pistori told me his industrial glass solution tube had been chipped in transit and was heading back to the manufacturer next week, I didn’t care too much. Then when I saw the thing, and its gargantuan size, I … Continue reading

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