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Mr. Bhringha (a smiling painted tree)

This is Mr. Bhringha. He lives in the corner of of grass green yard and watches all the cars go by. Sometimes he will wink at you if you are lucky. I made him after a long time of thinking … Continue reading

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Sunshine On A Tree (friends and cameras)

A friend of mine came by a little while ago on a sunny winter day. He used to live here but now he lives out west by the ocean and Venice Beach. We walked around the yard. He always has … Continue reading

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Tasty Asian Noodles (small brown car)

Thanks to Explore Georgia for featuring me in your new 2019 Georgia State Travel Guide. If you are at a rest stop on the highway and wanna get my opinion on tasty Asian noodles pick one up. I like remembering my grandpa’s small … Continue reading

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Folded Costumes (a quarter in the slot)

A man sat in a phone booth on the corner of 52nd and Trinity and said the following out loud to himself as the trucks and buses clanked and clunked on by. Everything is as honest as you want it … Continue reading

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The Fire (all may fade and break)

I held onto these word for a long time. I had given them in a speech or 2. I had been recorded saying them at one point. I wrote this little story of a poem because I realized everything I … Continue reading

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My Time At Hambidge (fisher studio and the first of winter)

I recently spent a couple weeks at Hambidge Center near Rabun Gap, Georgia. It was my second art residency at Hambidge. The first residency was a couple years back at the tail end of winter. This year’s residency was just … Continue reading

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Two Sheets Of Plywood (time to make some bears)

Recently I made some wooden bear heads to sell. I started off with a couple sheets of old plywood I had stored for a while in my barn. I cut them out and took the wood shapes to Hambidge Center … Continue reading

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All Y’all (a funny sort of can)

A little while back I was asked if I would make some art for Monday Night Brewing. They were in the process of creating a new seasonal beer to be called All Y’all. I said sure. I like to say … Continue reading

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Accenture Mural (happy art on a wall above the interstate)

It is funny the way things come and go. The way things flow from parts of your life to another. Busy times and slow times — people that don’t look your way and then other times when the world is … Continue reading

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The Creative Rising (2 interviews for the price of one)

I recently sat down with Blake Howard, owner of Matchstic, A branding house located in Atlanta , Georgia. Actually, I sat down with Blake twice. The first time was a wild goose chase. We looked for hidden keys and fumbled … Continue reading

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