Jan 12, 2018

Jan 10, 2018

Monica Vitti

I constantly watch old movies on FilmStruck. The hairdo's rule in the 1950's.

Jan 8, 2018


A drawing I did of my sister's collection of tiny world travel souvenirs.

Jan 4, 2018


This is a drawing I did of my in-laws Christmas tree ornaments, layered one on top of the other until I formed a mountain.

Jan 2, 2018

New Ceramic

This is my latest ceramic in progress. I finished the painting on greenware. Now it goes into the kiln for the first firing to see what happens. Fingers crossed.

Dec 23, 2017

I've Made Contact

Most kids or young hipsters won't even understand what this is. This is an illustration joke. I've made my drawings look as if they are photographs on a contact sheet. What is a contact sheet, you might ask? It's sort of like a rotary phone dial. Something commonly used a century ago. When one used to take photographs, they just didn't instantly appear in a folder in your pocket. You used to have to do something called, waiting. Once your photographs were taken, you brought the unprocessed film to a print shop. A day later you got a contact sheet. That was rows of tiny images printed on a single page. You'd use a magnifier type object (loop) to suss out the ones you desired. Then those selects got printed out, after more, you guessed it, WAITING. Half my life in advertising was spent hunched over contact sheets. So this advert I did for my new book is targeted at older folks. People who would know what a subway token is.