Be sure and click READ MORE! I usually post only visual art but I’m making an exception this time. The thought came into my brain, I wonder if I could write a country-ish song. So I set about doing it. With sincere apologies to actual singers, songwriters and musicians in general. I don’t know what […]
Digital illustration. This image randomly occurred to me just before I left for vacation. Started piddlin’ on the iPad on the plane and worked on it when I got the chance. I wanted a lot of nothing.
I had the opportunity of see every artist in this Spring’s North Dallas Artists Studio Tour. Lots of outstanding work. You should check them out.
Mother’s Day, 2008. It’s been nine years since I suddenly lost my beautiful wife of over 40 years. The pain is still very real. She is gone forever and always with me. The link takes you to a song I wrote for her. Hug those special to you and tell them you love them. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nZrLZEnwka0
It has been seven years since that May 12 Mother’s Day, 2008. In memory of my precious wife who got to love her grandchildren ever so briefly. Another song I wrote for her has already been shared with family and friends. I now have the courage to share it with everyone else. Click this link […]
Wow! What a wide variety of artistic talents – oils, acrylics, drawings, sculpture, ceramics, glass, jewelry, collage, photography, weaving, watercolor, works in wood, metal…! I spent the weekend visiting the artists on the North Dallas Studio Tour. On a whim I decided to take photos of the artists with their work. Because of this it took […]
When you lose someone very dear to you it’s strange to see how the world continues turning, people keep on doing whatever they’re doing and life goes on. This is for my wife who I miss every day. And for anyone else who has lost a special person. It’s the fourth song I’ve written for her […]
OK, let’s do something a little different. This is what you might call “accidental art.” Some of you won’t call it art at all. But I like it. Older folks will remember the mimeograph machine. You wrapped a stencil around a big drum, turned the drum, fed paper in one side, ink would be forced […]