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Scattered Words

Posted by on Jan 22, 2016 in Artblog, Blog, Drawing, Painting, Sketchbook, Writing | 0 comments

In 2015, I did a series of pieces combining illustrations with my writing and posted many on instagram. The art and words were each based on a larger series I’d started as early as 2002. I had dozens of large sketches with poems, lyrics and phrases written all over them. Back then I’d planned on creating larger multimedia paintings that...

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Towards what?

Posted by on Jan 2, 2008 in Writing | 0 comments

Now within the eighth year of the New Millennium and without a Mission. A Purpose. There is Passion, mind you. That was never lacking. We were built on Passion. Bertrand, never short on vision nor spirit has desired things more concrete this year. Less adjectives and superlatives. Xenophobia and isolation have been a side effect since the inception of The...

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It Has Come to Our Attention …

Posted by on Aug 16, 2007 in Writing | 0 comments

… that the majority of the 21st Century census, meaning those born of the latter 1980’s, have a lack of perspective and compassion. This was brought to our attention amongst a usual gathering at the ‘Cellar’.… My un-educated thesis states that, ‘we should take this chance, to turn things around’. I have to...

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My R.E.M.

Posted by on Aug 12, 2007 in Writing | 0 comments

Not referring to the popular American Rock Band, R.E.M. I spent the better part of my Sunday morning reallocating the thoughts, scenes, and one liners from my excursion Friday night. Which raises the question, ‘where did Saturday go?’ My fry cook suggested I log as many events as I can in ascending order from the present, in the form of...

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I’m Knew

Posted by on Aug 2, 2007 in Writing | 0 comments

Let me take this first prose as an opportunity to extend my deepest appreciation for the chance to become a part of such a great ‘Institution’. When Mr. Elliott came to me with the invitation, I must say, I was rather reluctant – unsure really if I had what it took. After my initiation, however, I felt much more comfortable and at home...

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