Always curious about new ways of seeing, I’ve been exploring 3D shadows in my next book. I used to experience them in downtown Houston between skyscrapers at night. They most often appeared like the image above (look past the lights into the shadows). Sometimes they seemed to suspend spectral shapes in midair. More recently I enjoyed them in the Chihuly exhibit at the Oklahoma City … Continue reading In Faceted Shadows
Ice storm outside. I need a distraction and enjoy the way art offers fresh insights or flips my viewpoint. Here’s some I enjoyed this month. I’ll let the work speak for itself. Over at PLAZM, I immediately connected with the ragamuffin distortions of Portland artist, Storm Tharp. The online gallery features twenty brilliant works online. And at Art Crimes, I took in the multiple dimensions … Continue reading Art Crawl: Insights
Let me enchant you with the art and love of Sara and Shane Scribner in my latest for Art Focus Oklahoma Magazine on newsstands and online (cover and pp. 8-9): And I’ll creep you out with a tale I read for radio in 2013, “Dolls” by Drake Vaughan on the UK’s Tales to Terrify. It’s about 2 minutes in, I think: If you enjoy the show, … Continue reading Art to Enchant and Tales to Terrify
I’ve been extremely immersed in finishing Paradox. Books get to that point where they take on a life of their own. So please accept my apology for not posting that in honor of paper book lovers, DISTORTION is on sale, paper only: And here’s my latest book column in ionOklahoma Magazine. Continue reading “Priceless and a Paperback Sale!”
Art inspires new ideas. The main reason I freelance is to feed my creative impulse. Two new articles accomplished just that: Inspired by a faculty exhibit at Northern Oklahoma College in Tonkawa, “Creators” is all about the magnificent cracks in each life. I highly recommend the exhibit, including the image I feature at the top of this post by Audrey Schmitz, and the entire … Continue reading “Creators” will you “All Fall Down”?