A past present posting with some daily currency!


August 6th / Todays Post

Ned Kelly Looking For Boilerplate” 2005

July 28th / Todays Post

“The reaper is grimacing, so look out,” drawing with collage, 2020

July 27th / Todays Post

Postcard. Contribution to a student project in 2007.

July 21st / Todays Post

Some recent “figurative” drawings from two different sketch books, 5 x 5 inches, 2020

July 18th / Todays Post

An appearance of decorativeness in a nondecorative drawing ? 2020

July 16th / Todays Post

2 drawings, each with added bit of drawing.

July 15th / Todays Post

China Marker on Polaroid discard, 2020

July 14th / Todays Post

2 drawings, one with added bits of frotttage and the other on top of a B&W reproduction from an old auction catalog.

July 4th / Todays Post

Happy (?) Birthday America 2020

June 28th / Todays Post

Milton Glaser (1929-2020) Condolences from one from the Push Pin Generation.

June 23rd / Todays Post

Rubbing drawing with collage, 2020. Kind of corny, but I couldn’t resist given the seemingly current states of just about everything.

June 21st / Todays Post

Fathers Day 2020: Immigration papers, photograph, Eduard Fella, 1926

June 20th / Todays Post

Summer Solstice 2020

June 16th / Todays Post

My 2020 Bloomsday today.

June 15th / Todays Post

Two 2006 “rubbing” drawings.

June 14th / Todays Post

Flag Day Sunday June 14th 2020

June 12th / Todays Post

Current cartoons from small pocket sketch book.

June 9th / Todays Post

Two collages (one on Polaroid discard), from 1989 and the other, from 2002.

June 8th / Todays Post

Two 2019 drawings, one kinda pretty and the other not so.

June 7th / Todays Post

A combo of commonplace scary photo or film tropes.

June 4th / Todays Post

Sketch book collage using material from a 1890 portrait illustration page.

From the same sketchbook a similar collage using a bit more recent bits.

June 3rd / Todays Post

Two recent drawings: a small sketch book page and a “Painted Polaroid”

May 25th / Todays Post

2020 Memorial (to honor) Day weekend and beginning of the summer (to celebrate) season. A 2019 color ballpoint (with a rather garish purple) drawing and last night’s photograph in a friend’s backyard.

May 21st / Todays Post

A 2017 sketch book page with a statement that seems to have had a 2020 aim.