Then did another one on myself, this time the right thigh:
And yesterday, finally on someone else. Thank you Carolyn for being so brave! She wanted it big, so I drew it on freehand and made it SIZE LARGE. It’s crude and amateur, but I loved doing it and so honored that Carolyn insisted!
A wise man once said that all human activity is a form of play. And the highest form of play is the search for Truth, Beauty and Love. What more is needed? Should there be a ‘meaning’ as well, that will be a bonus?
If we waste time looking for life’s meaning, we may have no time to live — or to play.
– Arthur C. Clarke
Yesterday, I gathered a group of eclectic individuals for an afternoon of play in the studio. As you know by now, I am pretty preoccupied with THE PORTRAIT. I love impromptu photoshoots as they feed my need to study the human face. And, heck, photoshoots are so damn fun!
Clothing creation & modification from recycled fabrics into original unique clothing pieces that are a reflection of major influences in pop culture, and also influenced by past – present – and future fashion market trends…
He was always cold, but the land of gold seemed to hold him like a spell; Though he’d often say in his homely way that “he’d sooner live in hell.”
On a Christmas Day we were mushing our way over the Dawson trail. Talk of your cold! through the parka’s fold it stabbed like a driven nail.
As our streetart wall grows, we are building connections with the local community, enjoying audience as we paint, inviting others to join.
We are building dialogue around the “portrait.” We are building relationships and locals are asking to have their photos taken and portraits done as they enjoy the empowerment we all feel when being seen and being heard.
And speaking of community, make sure to check out:
Huge thank you to V-Rag Magazine, Cole Johnston and Matthew Roy for an amazing article in the SEPTEMBER 2012 issue and for the honor of appearing in this wonderful publication!
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