This afternoon, as I made my way home at the end of another highly physical work day, I looked down at my $200 Citizens of Humanity skinny-jeans and took note: Faded, caked in mud, stretched in all the wrong places (due to constant washing and drying at the local coin laundry), and near-holes everywhere.
Ten years ago, I found myself newly divorced, living back with my parents, out of work on an extended medical leave, and face to face with the terrifying realization that the life I had created up until that point, was one that I did not enjoy living.
Inspired by mother nature & father sky.
Where do you go on vacation when you live in Hawaii? This summer, we decided to experience the extreme opposite of the Hawaiian landscape: The desert of Moab and Escalante, Utah. There was even some cliff jumping in the cards for me! I felt a surge of inspiration: Nature does abstraction best.
The moment I accepted that the worst might happen - Further delays to my flight would force me to spend the night in an airport - everything changed.
We live in a society inundated with information. As a result, I believe that knowing what to learn is just as important as knowing what not to learn.
In this blog post, I answer student questions regarding: Canvas stretching, donating artwork, & where to buy art supplies in Calgary and surrounding area.
So you’ve asked me what to do/eat/stay when you come visit the Big Island of Hawaii. This is my attempt to highlight my recommendations in a catchall blog post:
Every time a comment is posted on one of my YouTube videos, I receive an email notification in my inbox. Imagine how I felt when I opened up my email one recent morning, and found that two complete strangers had said my Abstract Painting Blindfolded Video was: “VERY UGLY” and “its ugly AF”. Hurt.
This blog was created to share my belief that the art making process can be a vehicle for empowerment.
I am living proof.