Rock art was an idea that was brewing in my head ever since I traveled through New Zealand in 2015. We came across a beach in the South island that was covered by thousands of the most beautiful smooth white rocks. I gathered a handful and around the world they traveled with me.Read More›
Here it is! Our 2014-2015 “around the world” adventure all summed up in 5 minutes. My partner and I explored 18 countries in 15 months – Bulgaria, Italy France, Spain, UK, India, Vietnam, Cambodia, Burma, Indonesia, Australia, New Zealand- needless to say it’s been an unforgettable experience.
December has brought upon deep cravings for any type of project that uses my hands….in ways other than typing on a keyboard. This desire, along with my recycling obsession and the holiday season, has led me down a crafty road of festive ornaments. Who knew a Brooklyn subway map could be so pretty? It’s fun to learn something new. Keeps the ‘ol noodle in check…Read More›
I was very happy to initiate this project this year. This is the (no name) Art Group’s 4th time doing Memory Portraits. Mine was done for Prasama. It is a 20-hour “meditation” portrait dedicated to Prasama. It was created by repeated patterns, each mark made in a spirit of kindness and compassion. Let it reflect the beauty of universal love – and that it not be restricted to just the few persons nearest to us, but to all living creatures in the world.Read More›
This is a great article written by ROI, a leading digital marketing company in Australia but is relevant anywhere. Business owners take a few minutes to know where to invest your dollars this year!
1. LinkedIn cold selling
Treating your LinkedIn contacts or any other social network’s connections as a database for email campaigns is a bad idea. Instead, concentrate on using LinkedIn the way it was intended, by having meaningful discussions.Read More›
I fell in love with pencils from the moment I could hold one in my hand. Most of my pencil drawings these days are sketches in my travel journals. But I still love creating work that focuses on details. I choose this medium often with (no name) Art Group projects. Below is a portrait I created as a gift for “Stephen”, founder of El-Shadai Foster Home in Uganda. Learn more about this project here >Read More›