Monthly Archives: May 2015
Continuing my bright and bold color trend, I present two new pieces of art! The first, inspired by “California Dreamin’” as performed by Sia for the upcoming blockbuster San Andreas (2015), is an externalization of internal conflict. I wanted there to be a blending of dark and stormy elements mixed with peaceful imagery and bright, […]
Island of the Sequined Love Nun | by Christopher Moore | 325 pgs. | rating: 4/5 A fan of Christopher Moore’s work, notably his stellar hit Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff, Christ’s Childhood Pal, I noticed his name on a pink paperback book with an intriguing title: Island of the Sequined Love Nun. I appreciate Moore’s style – […]
This morning I had a great idea! To take my new Tyrannosaurus Rex figure (from the Jurassic World toy line, available now for about $15) on a journey into Pixar’s world! Here’s a sneak peek – the first image for a new blog to be released before Jurassic World arrives in theaters!
Let the countdown to Jurassic World continue. This Tops list celebrates the 10 greatest dinosaurs in the Jurassic Park franchise! For some comparative perspective, the Jurassic [geological] Period extends from approximately 201.3-145 million years ago. Consider your mind blown (mine is) as we venture back to a time “When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth.” 10. Parasaurolophus […]
It’s no secret that for the past year, I’ve been creating layered art pieces. I’ve wanted to play with textures and bright colors. In February of this year, I started thinking of art – and my life, really – in terms of bold color and choices. With this post, I present three bright and boldly […]
Have you heard about the new “breadstick sandwiches” coming to the Olive Garden? It’s the Italian food chain’s response to sluggish sales. No seriously, it is. Not making money? Solution: Offer breadstick sandwiches that come with more [endless] breadsticks. Just last year, Olive Garden’s investment group (Starboard Value) infamously blamed the company’s servers for giving out too […]