Our Bear the cat is all fur and bones now at almost 18, but she was once plenty “robusto.” In fact there was a period of time when we had to put her on a diet and called her “Little Lotta” (which you’ll get if you’re old enough to remember and were in the cultural […]
My brother Arthur and his partner Christina, have always been collectors of my weirdest paintings. One of my 0dd paintings (from a couple of decades ago) is hanging in their dining room in Brooklyn. Nearby you’ll see one of the wonderful “man lamps” that Arthur picked up for a song. Well, although he is a […]
Here are a couple of sketches from yesterday’s #SFSketchers Meetup in Polk Gulch. First we went to the new “City Streets” show at the STUDIO Gallery. Then we all went across the street to sketch from the café across the street. Mary, one of the other sketchers, brought her Schnoodle—a rescue from a Schnauzer-Poodle puppymill. […]
Are your backups safe? My latest CreativePro posting: Mac backups to the “cloud” (with Cookie Segelstein)
This year, because Cookie is years ahead of me in backing up via offsite services (the cloud), she agreed to help me summarize the cloud-based backup services we saw Macworld. This article, now live at CreativePro, is called Cloud Backup Solutions.“
My “Organic Apple stack with letters…” piece is the third one included in the “Delicious” show at the STUDIO Gallery on Polk Street in San Francisco, through this weekend. To see details on how to get to the show, or to see more images if you can’t get to the show in person click here. […]
Yesterday i joined my friend Laurie W at the Sketchers Meetup she runs at the Asian Art Museum. I took lots of photos, I’m looking for pattern brush inspiration… but I also did a few drawings—on paper! The first was on my iPhone with Adobe Ideas and my finger (I need a stylus if I’m […]
Ok… I’m going out on a limb here… faces on cans are one thing, this is an example of the figures I see… everywhere. Hopefully you’ll see what I see, and are willing to help me figure out the “proper arrangement” (and number) of images in order to tell the optimal narrative. Part 1 of […]
Are you up to date on using the latest version of Illustrator? In this post I talk about my favorite features introduced in the past few versions of Illustrator.
Here is another of the small images in the STUDIO Gallery “Delicious” show. It’s just a little bit collage (digital and traditional), and mostly watercolor pencil drawing: “Organic lollipop on postcard from dad”— 4″x6” in small white frame. You can see selections from there show here.