Thursday, March 29, 2007

Tuesday, March 27, 2007

Peering Into The Koi Pond

This was a doodle that I scribbled out yesterday while I was thinking of something else.

Impression At Grand Marais

Still working on this one, too. This is really in its very early stages, but I thought I'd post it anyway. We'll see how it goes, and maybe I'll post the finished piece later. It's 24x36, acrylic on canvas. The Grand Marais harbor is one of my favorite places.

Acrylic Diptych 2

Another work in progress, these two canvases measure 18"x24" each.

Acrylic Diptych

This is a work in progress. When I paint, sometimes it's like a dream the way things appear unexpectedly, yet are visions that lurk in my subconscious. It's also kind of like looking for pictures in the clouds shapes appear and change kaleidoscopically. I started to see fish swimming to the left, and then afterwards, I noticed the whippet running to the right in the lower right hand corner. Each of these canvases measure 24"x36".

Black Eyed Baby meets Mr. Pumpkinhead

This watercolor doodle merges two characters... Like that segment on Conan O'Brien where they merge photos of two celebrities to see what their kid would look like.

Wednesday, March 21, 2007

WTIP Thursday Night

THURSDAY, March 22, 2007
7:00 PM - "Thirsty Boots" - Tim Young is your host for three hours of enjoyable music. You can tune in to the webcast at, just click on the moose.

Les castors sont mouill├ęs (DETAIL)

Beavers Are Wet


I thought it would be funny to give this guy a LIFEGUARD shirt. Some of these frivolous watercolors contain double-meanings and inside jokes, and some don't really have anything to say. Anyway, I hope you enjoy seeing them. They're a good way for me to get unstuck, and have led me to other ideas to pursue.

Geese Are Buoyant

This and the following seven posts are impromptu watercolors along a line I've been thinking of for the last year or more. These are definitely meant to be whimsical... cartoonish. These represent a return to or revisiting of the type of drawings I did when I was in Jr. High and High School in Africa. My art teacher gave us a list of daily scenarios in Liberian village life to draw on. One was "Making Fire." There must be more to it than I realized, because when I drew a quick cartoon of two women in tie-dyed lappas and head ties, one holding out a lit match to a wood pile, he just laughed. For some reason that has stuck with me.

Deer Are Sudden

Bears Are Hairy

Beavers Are Wet

Moose Are Big

Seagulls Are Messy

Fish Are Deep

Dogs Are Slobbery

Sunday, March 18, 2007

WTIP 90.7 FM

MONDAY, March 19, 2007
6:00 AM -"The New Northland Morning"

9:00 AM -"AM Community Calendar" - Start your week with Ann Possis and Tim Young for the latest state and regional news, the Pop Quiz and the The Environment Report. WTIP's news reporter Barbara Jean Myers will review the past week's local issues and talk about the week ahead. You'll also get the latest school news from Birch Grove Community School.