The Renaissance Teacher
The thoughts and blog posts from the past.
This is my first attempt at salvage from the wreckage of my first manuscript. Of the 105 pages that I wrote almost 20 years, these lines resonated. The rest seemed so tragically small, self-centered, and self-important. Sure it was a story as much about me as anything else, but boy is it dreadful. There areContinue reading “Arise”
I’ve been reading Baldwin’s piece, Letter From a Region in My Mind, this morning and was struck by the power of this quote. This isn’t the first time that I’ve read it, having read this article before, and the first part of the quote is widely used. But the second part is incredibly important asContinue reading “Fear nor wit…”
Good morning people of earth.
Artwork title: Winter Solstice No. 2 (test). Colored pencil and charcoal I’ve been living much more of a life in my sketchbook these days. It’s great way to test how the colors I want to use may blend together along with seeing my concepts before committing to a large format. I think this works conceptually.Continue reading “Life During Wartime: Winter Solstice”
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