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While Wikipedia says the NFT Art started in 2015, it didn't really come into prominence until 2020. Amazing Digital Artists like Beeple-Crap (aka Mike Winklemann) were really the ones responsible for the big jump in news stories later in 2020 into early 2021. Beeple released a piece that ended up selling for $69,000,000.00! And the cool thing is that the person who purchased the NFT can later sell it to someone else, and Beeple will...

Have you ever considered reproducing your work? Not just having paintings printed on canvas, but your work printed on a variety of products. There was a time when having your art or designs printed on products was an expensive endeavor. You had to print a large quantity of one item, then you had to have somewhere to store all of those items. With the rise of “Print on Demand” technology that has all changed.  There are...

For most people on this planet I believe 2020 will be remembered as one of the most difficult years they have ever experienced. The Corona Virus quickly spread around the world and resulted in the shutdown and quarantine of people all over. Some thrived in this quarantine, others not so much. For myself as an artist being inspired to create has been difficult at best. Typically if I was feeling blocked I would venture out...

There are those that will tell you that they just want art that looks nice on the wall. They don't want to think about it. They just want pretty. Throughout history artists have been at the forefront of representing discontent in political systems. They produce the imagery that called the masses to action. This art form is more important now than ever.  Our democracy is under attack by the corporate powers that be. In light...

My mom was an artist and at every opportunity she exposed us to art. We went to museums all the time. She taught art in our home during the summer. As I grew older I valued that I was shown to appreciate the creative spirit. I seek it. There was a park near the house I grew up in, Furman Park in Downey California. At the park was the Downey Museum of Art. It was...

After a year and a half break, I am back in the studio creating again. I am working out of the Clay Center of Saint Petersburg. The studio is amazing, lots of great people and opportunities. Soon I will be sharing images of new work and posting items for sale in the Big Bear Pottery Etsy page. Stay tuned!...

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