Stemming from travel and all the inspiration and excitement that come from displacement, and the stories and accomplishments of Tanner Coleman and Alexis Gregg during their work, I’ve begun researching Artist in Residencies Programs. Specifically, I’ve been looking into programs … Continue reading
Ahhh, is it that time a year again when the weather gets colder, stout beer takes the place of session beers and I finally get my act together long enough to do a blog posting. One of the projects I’ve … Continue reading
Most caterpillars have tubular, segmented bodies. They have three pairs of true legs on the three thoracic segments, up to four pairs of prolegs on the middle segments of the abdomen, and often a single pair of prolegs on the … Continue reading
In a last minute ditch effort to escape L.A. and enjoy some fresh air, a few friends (http://www.sargeantphotography.com/) and I headed out to Jalama Beach. Waves, sun and music were a constant throughout our visit to the beautiful central coast.
Paul, Leanne (http://www.sargeantphotography.com/) and I took a night hike in between the factories lying on the outskirts of Long Beach…
I finally got a solid chunk of time to go through the rest of the photos from Rancho Los Alimitos. I don’t know what caused the mood, but for some reason my style comes out a bit different, and to … Continue reading
A last min. call to leave Long Beach at 4 in the morning resulted in an unprepared and spectacular hike up Mt. Baldy.