- acrylics animals Art Artist date Austin Black-winged Cynic Beasts Buddhist Animals Chipmunk collage cosplay Creativity cybermat Decluttering Defiant Optimism Doctor Who Downton Abbey Dr. Who Essays fan art Filmmaking Food Metaphors Friends Gandhi Generosity Genesis Grandparents Harry Potter Hell yes! Hungry Muse Hunting for gnome houses Improv Inner Critic Inspiration James Joyce Joy Laughing Buddhas Listen To Your Mother Memoir Mixed Media Motherhood Muse Music Nature Pacific Northwest painting Performances Photography Play poem printmaking procrastination recycled blue jeans RememberRed Risk ruffle skirt Russell T. Davies Sewing Shakespeare Spoken Word spring Stephen Colbert Sugar-crazed children TARDIS The Decemberists Tribe of Wounded Warrior Mothers Truth Ulysses Upcycling Vegetable Cybermat Videos Wisdom Wonderful Trouble Writer's Block Writing Zen
Category Archives: Art
I’ve long been enchanted by orreries (working models of the solar system). They are beautiful pieces of engineering, and just a little bit magical in the way they capture something of the mystery of an endless spinning universe. This orrery is different: it’s … Continue reading
I’m a latecomer to the steampunk style of making things, but I’m having so much fun now that I’ve started playing with it. My favorite part about it is the transformative nature of steampunk creations, and their ingenious reuse of anything and everything. … Continue reading
Because the world needs as much magic, whimsy, and wonder as it can get.
Inspired by Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. An experiment in working with a monochromatic palette.
I’ve been working on a series of collages based on the theme of “Expectations vs. Reality”. The emergent images reflect the reality that life always turns out a lot messier (and more interesting) than we planned.