Life Musing on AI

Life Musing on AI

Life has been busy lately with thoughts of the future, teaching and client directed artwork, family and friends, and, of course nature. It seems to be a seesaw motion up and down, back and forth, looking for clues that have brought me to this present point in my life....
Searching for Crabs

Searching for Crabs

When I was a young boy my family took a summer vacation to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, my late father’s favorite place. One afternoon my father and I walked along the sea wall drinking chocolate milkshakes (made with vanilla ice cream also my father’s favorite). I found...
South American Chiva Art

South American Chiva Art

Over the past few months I have been creating animals and plants with a combination of a variety of geometric forms and repeating designs including triangles, diamonds, teardrops, squares, ovals, dots, lines, and outlines all made and paired with bright colors. These are the creative tools of the artists and artisans of the South American artform known as Chiva Art

Fossil Phacops Infatuation

Fossil Phacops Infatuation

Solitary activities have always been a part of my life. Since childhood, art pursuits of drawing and painting, flame painting tiny diecast cars for the past 30 years, and fossil hunting and cataloging my finds as a teenager certainly all count. What really filled the...
Be Quill My Heart: Another Fish Story

Be Quill My Heart: Another Fish Story

My late father was an avid fisherman who often traveled to Florida to fish in both freshwater and saltwater habitats. One day when I was 13, a box arrived from Florida for him. He opened the box and I saw the strangest thing. It looked just like a yellow balloon with...