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How “No” is Good Art Making

  I’ve discovered that in parts of Europe, Italy and France in particular “no” is a perfectly acceptable answer. The French make our  “yes” ridden society look compulsive. One of the first things I learned in business was to never say “no.” Your actions may say it, but you can’t...

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Cloud Book – A Lofty Art Adventure

Cloud Book – A Lofty Art Adventure

Since this book is too expensive to buy (Blurb.com is no fun that way)… I wanted to share it here. It was one of those unexpected surprises. When Dakota got sick in April (very sick — he’s doing very well now), I had this blank sketchbook on the kitchen table...

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I Like It

This week I was invited to be a featured reader at Sacred Grounds cafe in San Francisco. Quite the honor, as it is the first anniversary of the literary magazine SF Peace and Hope and honored Al Young, Poet Laureate of Ca. Emeritus as first reader in the line up....

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Po’Bird illustrated children’s book is now available on Amazon!

  Well this book was a whole lot of fun to make. It’s took exactly a year. An illustration here and there, numerous re-writes and design rounds—but now, I’m rather fond of the little bird. I put him through more than any bird without wings should go through… but hopefully...

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Memory and Manners

It’s late winter and I’m pulling out old philosophy books… I know, I know, you are imagining a frog on a log wearing spectacles. Give a girl a break, I was born in the wrong century. ; ) Seriously, I’ve been thinking about memory quite a bit lately as a...

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