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The Millennium Project

Happy Monday!

Today, I bring you an excerpt from an unfinished novel I wrote awhile ago (around Y2K). It remains incomplete as words written became true, and due to the time frame of the story, it is no longer relevant. 865 more words


My very first script

Betrayal  – This script is about Brooke and she finds herself in a dungeon cell. Why is Brooke in dungeon cell? Who put her there? How does she escape from the cell?

Early Work

past life present {part 3 :: mystery project tba}

Some say that artists are always making ‘themselves’ in their work.  Much of my early visual art work was indeed self portraiture.  It makes sense since I was studying the figure from a very classical point of view, and as I was the model who was always available any time I was ready to work, self portraits were a common occurrence.  304 more words


Sonnet Challenge: The Road Home

The Road Home 

When you think of your world, can you see? No,

dark mazes of leaves grow behind our dreams.

You more expertly bend my dead tree walls… 92 more words

2014 Eventful Mistakes And Learning

Growing Pains!

As with the reoccurring trend, a lot of the early work is un-accessible thanks to the drive they’re on being damaged and myself being a broke millennial, so, Facebook saves the day again. 187 more words

New Jersey

Early Work

In 2013, the local Community Centre were looking for people to run art classes. I thought collage might be a fun class to teach; so I wrote a proposal, made a few collages and submitted my application. 154 more words


Subconscious repetition: Scooter Woman

I’ve written here before about what I’ve called subconscious referencing – when I paint something “from imagination” but find later that I’ve drawn the image from a memory – usually a pop culture image from my childhood or youth. 223 more words