Monthly Archives: May 2016

Buck up Chuck!

In grade 12 art class I created an oil painting of a hairless green woman with 3D boobs. It was large and obnoxious and had a large styrofoam ball that I cut in half to create her knockers. My art … Continue reading

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SIMPLE BUT GOOD

There are days when I am in awe of what I am capable of. When my oil pastels or my fingers on the keys create without any time for me to second guess or over think my creation. Of course, … Continue reading

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I Fucking Won…

Tonight I watched a live reading of my winning play. The anxiety, and the fear, the crazy uncontrollable energy (and for those who know me know I NEED to have control)…And then as they started to read the words that … Continue reading

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24 hour script writing like a marathon

So Friday evening at 5pm the email came. Cave. Baker’s dozen. July. The three elements required to be used in the 24 hour play I was about to write. I felt the same excitement and anxiety as I did before … Continue reading

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GOOD ENOUGH

I took my kids to another portrait drawing class last Friday. The guest artist planned to teach us how to let go and draw with our non dominant hand. She talked about how we all need to squash that voice … Continue reading

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