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Red Door-the Resilience Issue

“The man who comes back through the Door in the Wall will never be quite the same as the man who went out.” Aldous Huxley, The Doors of Perception Here’s some exciting news then. I have the great honor of being featured artist in this months issue of Red Door magazine, and I think you’ll […]

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Shoutout SoCal Interview

  “Art has that indelible capacity to elevate and transgress beyond merely  being. Art can be a marriage full of turbulence, a religion full of doubts, of transcendent highs and debilitating lows.” Possibly due to the election palaver at the apex of November, I neglected to post this interview,  but to read about my why’s […]

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Patreon Saints

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Death Mask

One could say I’m little late to the game, given that we are almost nine months on since Covid 19 first swung it’s scythe from East to West,

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Crimes of our Times webcast

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Battling Demons

“And when the barrator had disappeared, he turned his talons upon his companion and grappled with him right above the moat. But sooth the other was a doughty sparhawk. To clapperclaw him well and both of them fell in the middle of the boiling pond” Dante-Divine comedy-Inferno: Canto XXII

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Look What The Cat Dragged In.

8″x11″ Oil on wood panel

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Leper Messiah

“Illness brings ugliness in it’s train” Umberto Eco-On Ugliness

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Dear Dreary

“because it’s my incarnation of hell on earth – an end no less, it felt as if the version I’d been working on was a sudden manifestation of what was happening.”  

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Mother’s Superiority Complex

” Those midwives to history, put on their bloody robes” David Bowie-Teenage Wildlife. “One of the saddest lessons of history is this: If we’ve been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle. We’re no longer interested in finding out the truth. The bamboozle has captured us. It’s simply too painful […]

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