Do you think anyone would buy a painting with the words, “Don’t Forget the Cookies”?Why the initial caps? Not sure. Mysteries abound. For the record, I have a Post-It Note on my computer with those words. Leftovers from a company lunch included cookies. I receive more joy in sharing a cookie or two with my […]
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This painting on flickr blows my mind. my comment left on flickr:Incredible painting. The “x” on the person really fills the void of the painting. Pairing this “x” with the red border is quite dynamic especially since the person was painted on top of the red border. It has an eerie sense of dimension. I’d […]
Welcome people of Earth looking for spray painted salted pretzel sticks! I can offer you no spray painted salted pretzel sticks, but I can offer you this note talking about spray painting salted pretzel sticks.
A reproduction of a John Baldessari painting has been happily hanging on my desk wall for the last few weeks. Enjoy its presence now on my blog wall. Baldessari’s websiteJohn Baldessari on Google Images
Wow! I never knew wood paneling and multi-colored Christmas lights looked so nice! I should have started using these lights in my basement eight years ago. My parents ALWAYS used white lights. I never used multi-colored lights. There’s been a strand of 300 multi-colored in my possession since my college days (circa 1995) and they […]
This could totally pass for a Jasper Johns painting. I’m not saying that to belittle Johns, but rather to say that this piece is incredible! I really wish I could remember where I took it. The photo prior on my “roll” was in downtown Chicago, and the photo post was in Lombard, IL. That’s not […]
While my blog has been sleeping, it woke up and found itself in the middle of a northwestern Canadian forest. by Jenny Vorwaller (this painting was featured on a design blog)
Ok. Who is going to be the first person to do a Nikon 1 R2-D2 mod? The pop-up flash on the Nikon 1 screams R2-D2. And the body on the Nikon is available in white. Are you kidding me? Are you kidding me? R2-D2 all the way! Even the rounded sides of the Nikon 1 […]
Looking for color palette inspiration? Find some old, classic oil paintings and use your image editor’s eyedropper tool to sample the colors. Often the results will be quite sophisticated. The palette above is from a painting that needs to be included in a book cover I’m designing.
It’s been a while since my Etsy shop has been updated. I just posted a couple paintings made from last year. It’s a series called, “HOUSTON, HOUSTON, HOUSTON”. It’s an exploration of space.