A New Place to Work!

With all the busy-ness of the summer past, I have ended it with a major move into a new studio. Brick and mortar. It feels so intelligent a direction. Credible. Crazy. But all in perfect time.

I’m upstairs in an old building in old Yorba Linda, overlooking the quiet, usual goings-on of Thursday on this old street. Downstairs in the front of the gallery is a stunning show. Mine. My stuff, some old, some recent is a reminder to me that art work is work, and takes time. The stuff in the show, shows a progression of style, with a lot of versatility and variety – how a calligraphic piece should be. The illustration embellishes the words; the words being the important part of each work.

So, first of all, if you are in the area, come by. Here’s the official flier with a bit of information…


Drop by at these times, or arrange an appointment. It would be best to call first, so I can straighten my studio and open the front door. Looking forward. Movin’ forward!

More pictures tomorrow!