2019

This is the year of the pig. The earth pig to be more precise, and while its fun to dig into the eastern zodiacs for their meanings for me its a way of remembering the passage of time. My first new year in Korea was the fire pig. Twelve years have gone by. On top... Continue Reading →

2018 Year in Review

Art The year 2018 was a mixed bag for me in regards to my art. In the first half of the year my job required quite a bit from me and my time for creating evaporated. But I still made work, and I participated in some minor exhibits, so it wasn't a complete wash. Commissions... Continue Reading →

Forward to 2017

Well, 2016 turned out alright for me. I know it was a harsh year for many, but I felt I grew and moved forward a bit. But I want to do better in 2017. I don't like rushing into resolutions, so I tend not to do those. Rather, I like to spend the first part... Continue Reading →

Ho boy, have I dropped the ball with updates! I had not properly scheduled time for blogging and website development, so it kinda went out the window. But that doesn't mean I haven't been busy in the interim! So here's a run-down of some of the things that occurred in the last two months! Inktober... Continue Reading →

One Segment of my Bookshelf

Let me share a small fragment of my life, framed from a shot of a bookshelf in my study.  The drawing is a crosshatch job I did based on a Korean actor playing King Lear. This particular piece got displayed at an exhibit in Jeonju, Korea. Next to it is a gift I received from... Continue Reading →

Intermission – Beginnings

I've been a bit busy, which is not a good excuse, but it's also true. That means certain things get put on the back-burner. I should probably try to keep up blogging here with thoughts and ideas, particularly if I want to slowly reorient this blog toward my artwork with a few cultural things on... Continue Reading →

Hey all you beautiful people! I took a short break from blogging, but I did a lot more drawing this year. Among other things, I played around with a little character I named Imp. I drew a lot of him during Inktober this year. I also drew Imp some more in December to celebrate the... Continue Reading →

Vexing Vexillology – South Dakota

You may or may not know I enjoy maps. I also enjoy flags. Often these are not expressed that often and I tend to concentrate on other things, though you may have noticed a previous post on changing flags during the failed Scottish referendum to depart the United Kingdom.¬†Well, a TED talk on Vexillology excited... Continue Reading →

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