Monday, July 21, 2014

Doodle of the Day - Inappropriate

Perhaps...


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Monday, June 23, 2014

Doodle of the Day - Chasing the Greyhound

I witnessed a woman yelling at a guy on the street for no apparent reason. I suppose she could've been suffering from a mental illness. But still I had to draw it...


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Friday, June 13, 2014

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Doodle of the Day - California Public Policy


I've always found it strange that the California State Flag still features a grizzly bear. To quickly sum it up, here's an excerpt from the National Park Service website:

"The brown bear, also known as the grizzly, is on California state flag. So, why not look for it here in Yosemite? This is because there are no more grizzlies in California. When Euro-Americans arrived, they found a large population of grizzlies throughout the state. Grizzlies were perceived as a dire threat to life and property, and were killed in large numbers. By the early 1900s, few grizzlies and little of their prime habitat in the Central Valley remained. The last California grizzly was killed south of Yosemite in the Sierra foothills in 1922. . ."

So the question remains. . . A symbol of state pride?

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Tuesday, May 27, 2014

A Little Cuckoo

When the technician puts conductant on McMurphy's temples, and the irons get close enough, light arcs across, stiffens him, bridges him up off the table till nothing is down but his wrists and ankles. . . and he's frosted over completely with sparks. Then it is Chief Broom's turn. The machine hunches on him, and he takes us through the air raid in his head. . .



Cuckoo, 32" x 44", oil and paper on canvas, 2014.

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Thursday, May 15, 2014

Doodle of the Day - Weather Extremes

At this moment it is 91 degrees in Los Angeles, not a cloud in the sky, with good chances it will break 100...


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