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Bijapur, Part 1: India 2017

Bijapur, India. An Adil Shahi gem. Continue reading

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Cabin Fever

Weeks of rain with almost no break. A 3-day weekend and no way to get out without getting wet. Perfect formula for cabin fever? Luckily, I can draw (and redraw) my family. And since they’ve all long since decided I am terrible … Continue reading

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Postcards for Democracy: An update, thank you, and more postcards.

An update, thank you , and a new round of postcards! Continue reading

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USk Symposium, Chicago: How do you choose a workshop?

Puzzled about how to choose a workshop? Continue reading

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Looking back. Looking forward.

Another year of sketching and blogging. Of symposiums, workshops, and of illustrating. I’ve drawn since I was a kid, but drawing got relegated to doodling in the margins of my notebooks until a trip to Oaxaca, Mexico in 2009. It’s interesting to … Continue reading

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Plugging On

A recent post from John Muir Laws titled The Enemy of the Good: moving beyond perfectionism has been an open tab in my browser for the last couple of weeks, and I’ve re-read it a few times. It couldn’t be more well timed. It’s … Continue reading

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Messing with perspective

Some thoughts on perspective. And on teachers, teaching and learning. Continue reading

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