Tragic Tulip

A year ago, I started painting this tulip. One leaf in, a couple of petals, and I began to feel frustrated. Nothing was going right. It looked, tragic. I could not bare with the failure of my art. So, I picked it up, and tossed it into the corner of my room. literally. I stewed … More Tragic Tulip

Memories in Ink

I couldn’t draw a fish at all. As in, NOT at all. But, I was not going to let that stop me. So, I went to the library and checked out an Encyclopedia of fish. Took it home and studied each colorful array of fish there was. I learned some things about fish as well, … More Memories in Ink

Challenge Accepted

“The simple goal is: Draw 100 people in one week… but the real goal is PRACTICE. Not perfection. Every artist needs to sketch as much as possible, but we want to have fun and just stretch a little. Each of mine have somewhere between 20 and 90 seconds invested in sketching time. Thus, there’s perhaps … More Challenge Accepted

White Walls

I have been staring at white walls for almost three years. Ideas floating in and out of my head like the morning rush hour on the freeway. Sometimes, it is bumper to bumper with ideas. Sometimes, it is freakishly fast and you wonder where all the “traffic” has gone to. You feel lazy, but it … More White Walls


Found a box of my doodles. I could not help but to smile as I leafed through them. Some dating back to High School, others are 20 to 30 years old. Edges torn, coffee spilled on, but I still kept them. Each one with a short story attached. A memory. A space in time where … More Doodles