Thursday, September 10, 2015

Appealing Randomness

Today, the blog is not cooperating. 

Sor Juana and Las Monjas Coronadas, a good band name.

There is an appealing randomness to all of this. 

"I have nothing to say and I am saying it." 

John Cage

Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Mathematical Theories Concerning Randomness

I know very little about mathematics but I know a lot about randomness. 

You know, it's the same guy on different days.

I look forward to perceiving you. 

Thinking without Words of My Own.

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

I Don't Read Music. I Listen to Silence.

The Shoe Gazer Page

It shows what's in my head on its best days.

Suddenly, the phone rang.

What do I think about during sex?

Drawing sleeping people is pretty easy. They don't move and they don't notice. 

Giant Spider Hands

Pink Poles, a reference to Jackson Pollock.

Monday, August 24, 2015

Life in the Transitory Panopticon

And, I have been dreaming of trees. 

The Transitory Panopticon

Every day can be a sketching expedition if you want it to be. 

Sunday, May 31, 2015

A Pencil is a Good Material for Drawing a Ghost

So this is a self portrait from early January 2013. Around this time, I was making a lot of pencil drawings on a prepared ground. I usually like wet materials but pencil on prepared ground is a nice way to draw ghosts. I'm playing around with it again and really need to go into the studio pretty much right now. 

My back pack is turning me into the living embodiment of Sisyphus.

We're Looking For You

The Sharpie Does Not Cooperate

Saturday, May 30, 2015

What I was drawing at the beginning of 2013

It takes me a while to share what I make. I'd much rather get lost in the making. Here's a journal that I began in January 2013. 

The cover.

My contact info. 

Merv says Vanna's worth every penny! 

Bukowski Christ

Sunday, April 19, 2015

Miercoles de Cenizas

One Hood Leaves Another

My Ghost Appears in my Drawing

More Ghosts

If you want to draw ghosts. use a pencil

My Ghost Shows Up on a Saturday When I Draw with a Pencil

The Back Cover