With dad’s special day just a few weeks away, I thought I’d do a father’s day cartoon for dads (and kids) who like to build stuff.
Father and son bonding time is never better than over a good project, birdhouses, doghouses, or whatever it may be.
(Naturally, this cartoon does not encourage or endorse the use of chainsaws to build birdhouses for any reason.)
Happy father’s day!
Finally, my "big project" is finished! It’s been a crazy day with a lot going on, but foliotwist.com is finally live and online! Since I’ve kept it a complete secret up until launch, here’s a quick (mostly visual) overview of what it does. . .read more
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A few weeks ago I came across a post written by gallery owner Edward Winkleman, of the Winkleman Gallery in New York. In it, Edward replied to a letter he received from an artist which asked him how artists should go about approaching galleries, or how to find the gallery that is the right fi. . . read more
I'm a problem solver. . . If a basically good painting has not found an owner within a year, I like to take it home for an evaluation and some reworking. Some of you might gasp at the thought of taking an unsold painting out of the gallery and back into the studio to rework it. . . but famous . . . read more
The title of this post, "Teaching Art to Kids, for Fun and for Profit" probably isn't the kind of headline you've come expect in our current era of under-funded school systems and overloaded teachers. Fortunately, I am not going to be talking about teaching in a public school system where—well. . . read more
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