Thoughtful Articles

Below are a series of articles and ideas I have collected over the years. I hope they inspire you to play with your food for thought. Do you have an inspiring article that you would like to share? Send me an email, I may just feature it here. Scroll down and explore.

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Turpentine for the Soul

Turpentine is great to clean brushes get rid of paint and paint medium. I feel that Art does the same thing.

5 Questions to ask yourself for 2020: Looking back

1. In 2020 … What medium or skill did you attempt or master? What new work did you create? How many major pieces did you complete and add to your inventory? What was your most productive period and why do you think so? How did your work evolve? 2. What were your gross sales? What’s […]

Summer Garden Project

I started an organic garden this summer. I was great to wake up in the morning and see what was new, and prune the old. Watching the plants change to the weather and even the cycle from morning to night, was eye opening and beautiful. The Summer Garden Project produced several salads and relaxation. It […]

Sentences on Conceptual Art (1968) – Sol Lewitt

http://www.orgallery.org/texts_essays/359/hadley-maxwell-sentences-on-conceptual-art-first-draft-sol-lewitt Hadley+Maxwell: Sentences on Conceptual Art First Draft (Sol Lewitt) Sentences on Conceptual Art First Draft (Sol Lewitt) 1. The reason of the unreason with which my reason is afflicted so weakens my reason that with reason I murmur at your beauty. 2. Rational judgements repeat rational judgements. 3. Irrational judgements lead to new experience, […]

Sunday Reading 3.16.20

Some great reads and intriguing articles that I really liked this week.

Sunday Reading 3.15.20

Some great reads and intriguing articles that I really liked this week. Hope you do to.

Sunday Reading 3.09.20

Some great reads and intriguing articles that I really liked this week.

Write a Story: A Cyclops loses his love, an Urban Logger from Oxnard.

Write a story today here’s a plot line and some character ideas. Living life on the edge, the main character James Dramas, a proud cyclops from Albuquerque, was as confused as a skinned mongoose trimming a Christmas tree. James loses what’s dearest to him, when he becomes Head of Creative Architect at Constangy, Birdwalk & […]

Turkey Patty

These taste good, don’t have many ingredients, and are quick to make. 1LB Turkey1 egg ?1 tablespoon catsup1 tablespoon Soy Sauce1/4 cup bread crumbs( or used crunched up crackers).Mix all the ingredients together.put a small amount of oil in a fry pan.Make small patties. Fry a couple minutes on each side until cooked through.Enjoy!

11 Thesis on The Future of Education and Learning

Eleven theses which Andreas von der Heydt believes will shape the future of education and the way we´ll be learning.

Corn Casserole

Ingredients 1 (15 ½-oz) can whole kernel corn, drained 1 (14 ¾-oz) can cream-style corn 1 (8oz) package corn muffin mix (recommended:  Jiffy) 1 cup sour cream ½ cup (1 stick) butter, melted 1 to 1½ cups shredded cheddar Preheat oven to 350º F In a large bowl, stir together the 2 cans of corn, […]

How to Stay a Creative Genius

Be an idiot Be terrible Be a dreamer Be an explore Be a self starter Be an outcast Be a kid When we where kids we where pretty slow. Can’t draw worth a darn, they walk like drunks, and definitely can’t talk right. No, I do not want “basgetti” for dinner. They fail at everything […]