Late night Saturday evenings at the Rogue Buddha can be quite magical as last night proved to be. I was minding my own business when a group of awesome people from Green Bay Wisconsin stopped by for a visit. They were in town for the weekend and luckily made the RBG one of their stops. As a result, I was treated to great conversation and an amazing impromptu piano concert by the awesomely talented Jaclyn Crim!
This was a short movie I made about three years ago showing the progress of my painting Bella Donna. If the girl in the dress looks familiar it should, as it was my rendering of a painting by Mark Ryden.
The painting was finished just a day or two before heading to an exhibit at Gallery 360 where it sold prior to the opening reception. I never really got to live with her before she went to her new home which makes this little movie even more special for me.
Hope you enjoy! Cheers!
My toilet has been running for about three months. Although I’ve been to Home Depot multiple times during those three months, I have yet to purchase the requisite replacement tank innards, even though it is a simple job. At first it was out of pure laziness. Then after thinking about it for a while it was more out of stubbornness, like I was thinking to myself, “I replaced those innards only 15 years ago… they should still be good for another 15 to 20 years. They sure don’t make toilet innards like they used to.” Then I thought to myself, “Holy crap I’m starting to sound like my mom. I gotta stop thinking this type of stuff to myself. I should just fix the dang thing and forget I ever even had those thoughts… and who says tank innards anyways?” Continue reading “zen (part two)”