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Maria Day
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Not all who wander are lost. . .
Not all who wander are lost. . .

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An artist who I admire has taken a Dia de los Muertos workshop with Laurie Mika. I am so impressed by her art and now I've made a resolution to someday take a course with this amazing artist.

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Thank You to Those Artists Who Share, or, Where I'm Hanging Out These Days
Tabs for my 2016 Art Journal Pull of the Tides has been on hiatus as a blog for some time now. That is because I am spending my creativity in ways other than writing these days. Namely, I have been making a lot of two-dimensional art on paper and taking ton...

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A Fresh Start & Pointing Toward North
Wow! Time flies. I still am adjusting to 2015. Between my day-job and the myriad activities that seem to happen every autumn, I had no energy to update this blog for quite a long while. If you are curious about what art I was creating in the past few months...

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I think this is why the Ancient Greeks held satirists in high honor: who would want to risk exposure on the Daily Show?

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I know that lava is scary (many things in nature are), but I think the Native Hawaiians better understand how humans need to with with Nature. This planet cannot be "owned" it is just borrowed.  

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Really creative way to illustrate relationships through clever graphic design. Plus, I'm a language nerd, so I think this whole concept is cool.

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I can certainly understand and respect Christopher Tolkien's intellectual property rights. This is always the trickiest thing about being an artist: once you finish the work and put it out into the world, it takes on a life of its own. 
I am sad though, that I will probably never see stories from The Silmarillion translated into film. Long have I wanted to witness a screen version of the rise and fall of Gondolin.

“Every secret of a writer’s soul, every experience of his life, every quality of his mind is written large in his works.”
-Virginia Woolf from her novel, Orlando
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