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On this blog I’ll show you some details about my creative processes—just how a work evolves. Each artwork has a story to tell—like a poem or even a short story. As in a writer’s work, the piece will have many plot turns before resolving. It’s a process I thoroughly enjoy. And with each turn of a sketchbook page—which I depend on to flesh out new ideas—there is a new story ready to be expressed in paint.

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  1. I am waiting for those stories 🙂 your blog definitely inspires me.

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    March 24, 2016
    • Thanks and hope we both find other artists who might find our thoughts helpful too. Cheers.

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      March 25, 2016

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