Last night I participated in a different kind of blacklight party than what I’m used to. It started early, around 7, there was no famous dj listed as the main focal point of the event, and it took place in an alcohol-free venue. I had strong reservations about taking part in something that seemed, … More (P)arty With Soul
Recently I was scouted for a RAW art show at the Mod Club on January 15, 2016. It seems like a fairly big event – possibly the biggest I’ve participated in. In some ways, though, it reminds me of the Speakerbox Vision events I took part in a few years ago. They were one day shows … More Upcoming Raw Show – January 15
I came to realize, one day, that I had an awful lot of art. All the walls were covered with drawings and paintings. I had folders and books tucked away with more drawings. I am, naturally, the sort of person who likes to stay home and make stuff, rather than go out and show the … More Gallery Shmallery
After the disappointment of the tattoo industry, I was ready to make art just for myself again. I even had a project in mind, which I had been thinking about for quite some time. I had played around with Tarot cards on an off, and had a set of Egyptian Cartouche cards. I always found … More Finding a Purpose
It’s a well known fact that artists tend to not make any money. There are a few career options available, but every one of them is low in demand and high in supply. Anyone could be an artist, really, if they worked at it, and it’s one of those things many people love doing. For … More Art For Hire
Early on I didn’t really have a focus with art. I tried a wide variety of media, seeing what I enjoyed, and what I was good at. I tried watercolour, acrylic, and oil, pastels, chalks, and charcoals, graphite, wood carving, and many other things. One of the those I did enjoy was sculpting. I was … More Playing God
This is one of my earlier drawings, and one the few I’ve kept and reiterated over the years. It’s a bit tidier than it was originally, but the form and features remain essentially the same. Back in 2000, I spent a lot of time either drawing what was in front of me (items, scenes, people, … More In the Beginning….