Tag Archives: streetfolk

Delta Airline’s Big Thank You (it sure is pretty up on the wall)

Part 2 of 2 … (see this first half of this blog here) I walked into the Delta Airline’s Corporate Headquarters one time in the spring of 1999. I was delivering a catered lunch to a meeting room. At the time, … Continue reading

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It Was Something Else (an interesting life)

It was something else. It was an interesting life. Secret Souls on a journey. They make all the music you have ever heard out of the same few notes. They painted all the pictures out of the same 3 colors … Continue reading

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Colored Shapes (thirty squares of pink and yellow)

I created another set of 30 small paintings. I want to make large paintings out of a lot of these. I know it would never be the same. Each painting and each size has its own magic. Each painting has … Continue reading

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Just South Of Love (solo show and some other shennanigans)

A week ago we had a big opening reception for my current solo show Just South Of Love. It was a very big evening and I really couldn’t ask for much more support. Thank you. The show is currently at the … Continue reading

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Frenchy Fry Land (blackberries and grasshoppers)

Along the roads you pass everyday on the way to the “far away Mexican” and the grocery store and the movie theater there are lots of blackberries and grasshoppers. There are also lots of signs. Some of them you look … Continue reading

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Stable|Kernel Art (many pieces connected together)

I was asked to create artwork for the offices of Stable|Kernel. They are a fast growing company in Atlanta and will need more space in the near future. This made us think twice about a permanent wall painting in their lobby. … Continue reading

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SCOPE (art delivery)

This weekend drove to Plains, Georgia to deliver a SCOPE bottle to Mr. John Williams. SCOPE stands for Sippin’ and Chilling On Paddling Expeditions. It is an offshoot of the Georgia Conservancy trips program—a unsanctioned yet fun loving subgroup. The SCOPE … Continue reading

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Unicorn Parade (DigitasLBi mural)

I recently painted a mural for DigitasLBi. They wanted a unicorn in their lobby. I gave them a happy Unicorn Parade. I made them a Bobby-Hot, a fried egg platter, a flying salt angel, dreams of confetti cannons and a … Continue reading

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Happy Art Makes More Happy (listen to donna)

Donna Rosser approached me a year or two ago for an interview. She had seen some of my art along the highways and in the woods in Fayette County. She is a photographer and writer for several publications. I met … Continue reading

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Golden Cattipuss (Good Gracious Radio Show)

I was recently interviewed by Boyd Baker of the Good Gracious Radio Show. I was happy with our conversation. We had a good time talking as I painted. If you have 12 minutes you should take a listen. It might … Continue reading

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