December 2007 Archives

Merry Christmas:


This is the artwork that ended up on my Christmas card this year. Enjoy Christmas and kick all of those politically-correct "happy holidays" dweebs in the shins for me.

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After five or so years of quietly threatening to launch a portfolio website for myself, has been spawned. Most likely you've already seen a majority of what lives there, but more will be arriving as more is created and I'll be offering prints for sale through a currently-deactivated web store that's part of the site's software package.

It's still a work in progress, but if opportunity presents itself, visit the site and let me know what you think by leaving comments on this post. Suggestions are welcome.

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Created in Photoshop.

This is a nice little five-year old gem I recently rediscovered as I was moving.
I was in Pittsburgh and, despite growing up in the Coal Region, was captivated by the totally

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I was leaving the premises early one morning, when I saw this peahen surveying the garbage, presumably in the hopes of getting her day off to a grand start. A popular on-line dictionary defines premises as: "A building together with its grounds or other appurtenances."

This is Los Angeles, so the peahen didn't faze me. But I have been wondering since if the trash bins could accurately be described as true appurtenances...

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As we breezed through Liberal, KS, I managed to grab another quickie through the window. It turned out to be a lucky shot, containing one or two pleasant surprises for me when I viewed it all "big and stuff."

I guess the local patriots and OGs both agree when it comes to fine washing and dining. Them bruisers probably pose and preen like old-time swells while their knits and delicates get done, their tea biscuits overflowing with the freshest caviar.

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