I have three pieces hanging at the Myhren Gallery in Denver, CO. The show runs through mid November. If you’re in the neighborhood, please come by!
I’m back in the car shooting rescue animals for Dogs in Cars, as we develop the book. A weekly post has begun at A Place to Love Dogs, which will have updates as we move closer. Meanwhile, here’s a recent ride with Bella…
Chubby Hubby just published a quick interview about A La Mode.
A book is in the works for Dogs in Cars, slated for a late 2013 release. Complimenting an exhibit, it will raise funds and awareness for sheltered dogs in need of adoption. These animals simply want someone to love, someone to greet at the door. It’s what we all want, really. A home.
You can see more here.
Please read this…
5-Year-Old Shoots 2-Year-Old Sister in Kentucky
In case you weren’t aware… there are a few companies out there who make guns specifically for children. What?
Yes, you heard it correctly. Keystone Sporting Arms makes guns for 5 year old kids. Their tag line is “My First Rifle.”
Just ask the Sparks family from Kentucky. 5 year old Kristian, who received the fun little weapon as a gift, shot his 2 year old sister Caroline in the chest. She died.
The family said they kept the gun in a corner and they didn’t realize that there was a bullet inside it. Oops.
Is it surprising that a kid with a gun is going to accidentally shoot another person? No, of course not.
Why? Because kids like to play, remember? They’re kids.
Moral? Don’t play with guns; someone is going to die.
I’m very sure there are thousands of pro gun folks out there who are thinking, “that would never happen in our house, we’re very safe with our guns, and we teach our kids to not to play around with them.”
Newsflash: That’s what the Sparks thought.
Please tune in to my interview with Alex Cohen on 89.3 KPCC about the anti-gun project. Airing between 9 and 11 this morning.
Meet Sullivan, he loves you. In a few days, he’ll be 2 years old. Preparing for his jungle party, I found this photo from a few months ago.
Watching him grow has been a profound experience; he’s not the only one coming of age.
At long last, I have surrendered to the inevitable… blogging.
In the past, when beginning a journal, I’m generally in complete denial. In that moment, I genuinely believe that I will in fact be regularly and frequently updating said journal to reflect current thoughts, feelings, etc. This never happens. Decades go by without an entry. But that won’t happen this time, so I won’t even mention it.
The digital diary you are reading now will remain current with new information. (Unless it doesn’t.) It’ll include personal projects, commissioned gigs, and inspired endeavors, among other random stuff.
Good luck everyone. Here we go.