Where I’m at and Where I’m Going, + a Linocut Preview

This is my last week in Wonju. Sounds pretty final, eh?   In one week from now, I’ll be flying across the pacific and the North American continent to return home to Montreal, Canada. I’ve been back in Korea since March (with 3 weeks in Japan thrown in the middle of that), and as this … More Where I’m at and Where I’m Going, + a Linocut Preview

A Portrait in 5 Steps, or First Oil Painting of the Year

One of the things I’m most thrilled about being back in Canada for is having access to my paints again. It breaks my heart being away from them, but it’s just not practical to lug pounds worth of oils, paintbrushes, and palettes not to mention a bulky easel wherever I go around the world. It … More A Portrait in 5 Steps, or First Oil Painting of the Year

Let’s Leave Loss Behind: First Ever Album Release of Francis M.

Sometimes I’m truly flabbergasted by how lucky I am to have such talented friends. This is one of those moments. My good friend Francis M. has been working on an album for a while now and has at last released it to the wilds of the Internet! For now it’s free to listen to on … More Let’s Leave Loss Behind: First Ever Album Release of Francis M.

A Careful Cultivation

One thing that I tried really hard to do in the UK was cultivate healthy habits. I tried to do this for a lot of reasons: to become physically healthier, mentally healthier, and to create a routine wherein I could creatively produce on a regular basis. That last one especially is something I’ve always wanted … More A Careful Cultivation

Keeping Crafty: Lino Sketch – Hands Pulling Rope

After my experiment with woodcut printing, I’ve decided to practice some more with linoleum. Lino has more in common with woodcarving than eraser carving, so it’s been a worthwhile extension of my self study! One thing I’ve noticed about my personal drawing style is an attraction to clean lines. I’m drawn to colour blocking, cross … More Keeping Crafty: Lino Sketch – Hands Pulling Rope