The Bird Art Print

The Bird Art Print

I've been making a Lino Cut Bird Art Print! I had started practicing lino cutting over the last year or so. It started out as a little side project for myself. It was a process I had learned decades ago, along with screen printing, while in my high school art class. I...

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Talking Heads Fuels Art

Talking Heads Fuels Art

The name of the band is... Some time early in the 1980's my family went into the big city of Vancouver, British Columbia to visit family. My dad's cousin Jimmy, who my brother and I called cousin Jimmy was a bearded fellow who, to my young eyes, walked to the beat of...

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Destroyer Fuels Art

Destroyer Fuels Art

Destroyer has a new record out and it's right nice, as usual. Dan Bejar at his finest. In early 2001 my friend Jamie sent me a cassette in which were copied some Destroyer songs from the Streethawk: A Seduction album. I was immediately and irrevocably head over heels...

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Gord Downie Fuels Art

Gord Downie Fuels Art

 21 years in my short list of 'need to see' bands. I never did see The Tragically Hip or Gord Downie live. I had opportunities and serious intentions. Early on, sold out shows, conflicting events or travel kept pushing it back to 'next time'. Even after moving to...

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Car & Driver

This photo of my cousin has been in my family's possession for decades. It was taken in 1984. I remember it as a kid. I remember the cars that my cousin would buy and sell. He loved cars. It's possible that this photos inspired my new series of automobiles and their...

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Pay Phones – Works in Progress

Sneak Peek! New Pay Phone Series: Pay Phones. They were everywhere when you needed them. The light in the dark night after the concert when you needed a ride. We could stay in touch while away from home. Hunks of metal on walls, in booths, singles, ten in a row....

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Time is a Machine

Hey. It's been a few years since I had updated this blog. We have since returned from our adventures in Central America and the time has slipped by quietly... quickly. I think about Guatemala on most days. In my heart I hold fond memories shared with Iniyal, and all...

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