Welcome…

… but be forewarned. You’ve stumbled onto my patch of cyber “real” estate. If odd drawings of semi-naked, not-so-polite people will offend you, limit your views to the “Published Work” pages. Don’t go to… Continue reading

AN AGORAPHOBIC FLANEUR

THE ORIGINAL IDEA was to be a good-natured well-meant pasquinade of the 1884 Winslow Homer painting “The Life Line.” It’s of a ship-to-shore or ship-to-ship rope and bucket rescue. The rescued is unconscious… Continue reading

SOCIAL DISTANCING

Nothing much to say here that the drawing doesn’t. It shows three corners of my home base. There are others, but these are the most interesting. The text, in case the image is… Continue reading

THE WHOLE

This post has nothing to do with COVID-19 or the sheltering in place because of it. The idea was hatched weeks ago, well before that virus took over from trump as our national… Continue reading

2CLOSE2HOME

Apocalypse here? Almost, maybe? we’ll see. The drawing above is what I “see” outside my bedroom window. There are really houses across the field and the geese in it, but the rest is… Continue reading

POPEYE THE PAINTER MAN

This one began as a statement of leaving it all behind, it being the no longer useful nude and suit couple as personifications of love and work, AKA pair bonding and career building.… Continue reading

RETRO-ACTIVITY

“…Look like nothing’s gonna change / Everything still remains the same / I can’t do what ten people tell me to do / So I guess I’ll remain the same, yes…” — Otis… Continue reading

SOLD OUT

“Capitalism is the astounding belief that the most wickedest of men will do the most wickedest of things for the greatest good of everyone.” —John Maynard Keynes Not an editorial cartoon again. Still… Continue reading

BLINDED BY THE MIGHT

“Propaganda works best when those who are being manipulated are confidentthey are acting on their own free will.” —Joseph Goebbels We humans have recently come to believe we have have inalienable rights and… Continue reading

PILES

Not really an editorial cartoon, this. Those are pictorial comments, quotidian and transient, created by professional visual pundits. This post is an amateur sketch about the state of things that is neither new… Continue reading

HABITUS, HABITAT

“Sorrow is so easy to express and yet so hard to tell.” —Joni Mitchell, no date IT’S DIFFICULT coming up with an explanation for an image that feels like it says something—not just… Continue reading