For a cartoon artist, there's nothing like a bit of leisure travel to spark new creativity and some more funny drawings. Here's a collection of my latest travel-inspired drawings.
I'm feeling thankful for spring and being surrounded by beauty, flowers, soft breezes and the delicious fragrance of things in bloom.
Hilma af Klimt probably would have enjoyed a visit to the Guggenheim museum - not the least because she envisioned her work exhibited in a spiral temple!
There's nothing quite like the vividly alive, pink perfection of a spring ranunculus bloom. The supreme triumph is not one blossom, but a planting of many!
Spring fills me each year with surprise, delight and joy (and, as you can see, I never tire of taking photographs of the flowering trees and blooms either!)
Common wisdom says you can’t change a person. But I think I’ve found an exception to that rule and you’ll see it in the following Siamese cat pics. (By the way, the exception to the rule also goes by a shorter name. It’s called love.) Case in point – after years of thinking I wasn’t a pet person, I seem to have fallen head over heels for my mom’s cute little Siamese cat. As you can see in the Siamese cat pics below, little Puck’s got the perfect blend of qualities you’d want in a companion. For example, he’s:
Handsome and svelte…
And always willing to meet me halfway!
He also inspires my cartoons and is a (maybe not so) willing participant in my little videos!
I guess you can say…
P.S. This isn’t the first time Puck has inspired my creativity. I guess you could say he’s a repeat offender!
"Every spring is the only spring, a perpetual astonishment."
I'm enjoying a break from the concrete jungle and our face-paced life in NYC. And there's no better way to do so than by caring for some very cute little critters!
After playing 10 weeks of Wicked on Broadway, I have renewed respect for my fellow show musicians as well as some new "tricks" of my own for combating burnout.
"The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and science."