• Joined: August 2008


Is It Possible to Schedule Spontenaity?

Focusing on one work at a time would probably be the ideal way of dealing with my workload, but I am not doing that. I currently have about 15 projects up in the air, ranging from logo design to exterior murals. In an ideal dream world, I would be able to work on them all at once. But, with the physical realities of being one person and existing within 24 hour days and all, the need to manage tim…
Posted over 7 years – 4 comments

Feed the Good Dog

It somehow seems appropriate today to write about creative dry spells. It also feels OK to say that one of my longest and driest is ending now. / The most tangible difference between a dry spell and the end of one is simply the act of making marks on a page, which requires my presence and participation. Showing up at the page is very important. This may sound almost overly simplistic, but there a…
Posted over 7 years – 17 comments


“Fits and starts” is probably the best way I can describe my creative life today. It’s been 3 months since I have written anything in my RB journal. Much of what I do isn’t interesting enough for me to write about, or so I imagine. I finally uploaded a couple of new works to the site today. Both are desolate images, which I realized after. Today is a holiday of sorts here…
Posted about 10 years – 1 comments

Painting outside 11-4-08

The sun is shining and the weather is very good, so that means that this week will be for painting outside, a couple of signs and BLUE SKY on the side of an old brick building. There is no money in it, which is discouraging in a way. But if you had the opportunity to share your art with your community by helping to beautify a dilapidated old building, would you take advantage of it?
Posted over 10 years – Leave a comment
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