Where To Go From Here

November 04, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Ever asked yourself that question, where to go from here? I sure have, and again find myself asking that question in regards with my art. In the past year, I’ve followed a path that focused on the business of art and find I arrived at a place that doesn’t hold as much joy. I’ve become separated from creating art for art’s sake. Guess you could say...
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A New Stop on the Journey

May 30, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
So, a while ago I wrote a blog called “Where To Go From Here” in it I wrote about my need to refocus my interest and energies and I promised to keep you updated. I can say its hasn’t been easy to focus strictly on my art, the weekly political chaos has taken a big place on the radar and I’m sure I’m not alone. So much happens I find it difficult...
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Less But Better

March 06, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Since life has seemed a bit complicated lately. I decided to jump back into my artwork, it’s my place of refuge. I also decided to challenge myself and create a new series that offered figurative abstract work that used the minimal amount of detail to achieve it. Seemed simple at the time but became easier said than done to achieve. So, this has b...
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The Misplaced History of Women

February 20, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Grimalkin Studio recently came upon a fascinating four-part series on Netflix “The Ascent of Woman” by Dr. Amanda Foreman here’s the website link. The Ascent of Woman I’m going to paraphrase a bit from the website because its description of the series is excellent. This four-part documentary series is groundbreaking and was originally created for...
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Protest ART in Visual Form

February 12, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
The recent weeks have brought protest art to the forefront once again. I’m speaking of visual art from cartoonists like Doonesbury’s Garry Trudeau to one of the most notable of our time street artist Banksy protest art is everywhere. We see it on posters placards, in memes, on graffiti walls and in art galleries. The history of protest art is ol...
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