Friday, January 16, 2015
Number two in my continuing series that explores the depths of meditation. I myself am a daily meditator and look forward to what my practice will reveal. These pieces are also sort of a meditation in patience. This piece reminds me to breathe.
Sunday, December 21, 2014
This series explores the inner hero and true strength. As a daily meditator (give or take) I find that it helps me understand the true nature of what we are. And what we are is pure imagination and creativity. Everything goes away but creativity. That is what has built all the great civilizations of our history. Like I said everything goes away except the very thing that can imagine it all.
Friday, November 7, 2014
Sunday, September 28, 2014
Sunday, August 3, 2014
Saturday, July 19, 2014
I've gotten mixed stories about blue jays and I'm not sure whether I'm a fan or not. I've heard that they can be nasty birds that are aggressive and attack other birds. I've even heard that they hunt and eat smaller birds. They are part of the crow family so scavenging is a definite trait of this species. Nasty or not they're esthetically pleasing to look at especially surrounded by a cup of noodles.
Saturday, July 12, 2014
I've recently started a series of illustrations that mash together birds and old school music devices like cassettes, 45s, turntables, microphones etc. A lot kids growing up today have never heard of an album or let alone an 8-track. For example, my 13 year old niece and I walked into Whole Foods the other day and she began flipping through their album collection (Whole Foods has a section of albums for deejay enthusiasts). She asked me what an album was. My daughter who's almost 2 years old is one day going to ask me "Papi,what's a CD?"