8/7- I’m not dead, I swear. Although I do keep feeling like I’m just wasting my CORE membership month after month. (Insert convenient “Ug!” face)
Nonetheless, I have in fact been peeking in here I confess. I’ve been logging in, took a look at the new “Eclipse” set up, hated that so I switched back, browsing my notes, journals and new artwork from friends. But I haven’t been posting anything new because I haven’t been drawing. That fact’s reason isn’t quite as cheerful as the first paragraph.
If you recall my last journal, I said that I needed to "internet detox". That some t
1/26- Alright. I think this journal is in good need of an update, what do ya say?
I've been told i take things too hard. And I'm like that sometimes, you know? I suffer these "catastrophe failures" of my world, of my heart, and of my passion and suddenly my interest... that drive, leaves me. I have a counselor for this. It is one of the things I see him for every other week so I guess that I have been that way all my life to be honest. It's just the internet that I haven't had that whole time in which to make it all so much more apparent. I could go on and on with this, about all the whys and how comes, but I know already that I've been th
8/21- For someone who was never meant for this world, I must confess I am suddenly having a hard time actually leaving it. Of course, they say every atom in our bodies was once part of a star. Maybe I'm not leaving... Maybe I'm going home.
Oh, is there anything more difficult than finding that one comforting word in such an uncomfortable time? For the moment I am speechless and memories, like paparazzi cameras, are triggered by the most simple and unexpected of words, actions, and even music ... “We’re Number #1"
There is no pain so great as the memory of joy in present grief, Aeschylus said. And right now Stefan Karl is absolut
7/16- It is fair week in Western New York. Yesterday I went up to the Floral Hall to drop of my entries for my 2018 “Access The Arts” exhibit. Judging happened today and then the fair will officially open its gates for the week starting Monday.
I decided this year to enter in and go for the one prize that I have yet to earn — The George Peterella Award. It is bestowed upon the artist who places first in oils. Because the cash reward that comes with this trophy is so high, you can imagine how stiff the competition is. Also, oil painting has never been my biggest forte. I can do it of course, but I have always generally been
1/28- Whoa! Vicious Visions is now on Redbubble?! Yup, yup, yup! Announcing at long last my newly launched RedBubble shop! I’ve already begun uploading some of my most popular and requested works and am excited to see them on some other products that I can’t really say that I had ever considered before – blankets, scarves, skins, journals, stickers, postcards & more!
SHOP VICIOUS VISIONS :below:
I have to admit that I’m a little astonished –okay, a lot still– by what is possible today for artists. For instance, the very first piece that I put up on my shop was the “Undertaker Fox All Over”