Tag Archives: be who you are

Caution: Contains Multitudes

The other night I ended up getting an e-copy of Austin Kleon‘s Steal Like An Artist [1]. It was worth the $2 (so, if you’re in an unsure of yourself stage in just about anything, go get it). Near the … Continue reading

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To Bigotry No Sanction

And so the wheel turns again I’ve mentioned before that my focus goes in cycles.  I seem to have cycled back to both trees and text-based designs at the same time, which gives me something completely different to do when … Continue reading

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Sunset on the Rockies Mandala

On going back and going on At the beginning of December, I traveled out to the Denver metro area to visit with my grandparents and some good friends (though not as many as I always would want to see).  It … Continue reading

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World on Fire Mandala

Introductory context-setting text here I’ve been getting more art out the door (ok, on the RedBubble) and so impatient to share it that I’ve been posting about it directly on social media [1] instead of taking the time to write … Continue reading

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A Brief Interlude of Mandala Theory

At the center is unity Back in early November, I fell down a rabbit hole trying to research the origins of mandalas [1] and came across some interesting sites (and bypassed so many more “interesting” ones) which suggested that mandalas … Continue reading

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Always Be Pushing Your Art Boundaries

When struggling with a thing you don’t want to do, go do art? In a fit of wanting to just Do An Art Thing, I printed out the mandala from Mandala Microsample on some plain copier paper and busted out the … Continue reading

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