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SHOCKDOG INK

Artwork grounded in the construction of Self.
Fashion, Social Justice, Romantic Nature, and the Need to Play

ARTIST’S STATEMENT

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Truth is the duality of fact and its exception. In an era of cold science and materialism I yearn to connect with a universal empathy, yet know in our fragmented society it is impossible. My art work starts from conversations about political, cultural trends and their affects. Injustice and identity […]

May 18th, 2017|0 Comments

Whispers of Light

There is Constant, Glowing, and Hopeful Spirit in my creative work; and I would argue that no matter the deeper purpose of every person’s creative work that the sheer act of making is a hopeful act…

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Whispers of Light

There is Constant, Glowing, and Hopeful Spirit in my creative work; and I would argue that no matter the deeper purpose of every person’s creative work that the sheer act of making is a hopeful act…

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The SeaGull, Envy in the Art

I can confirm today, in my culture, my love of artwork, music making, writing, cooking, and letting others define me as a hopeless dreamer  has made my life flavorful, passionate, and more materially difficult.  Not being born with copious wealth means my sixty hour work week can be done every week without a second thought…

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The SeaGull, Envy in the Art

I can confirm today, in my culture, my love of artwork, music making, writing, cooking, and letting others define me as a hopeless dreamer  has made my life flavorful, passionate, and more materially difficult.  Not being born with copious wealth means my sixty hour work week can be done every week without a second thought…

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Maker’s Remorse

Creative work has no linear neatness.  It is isolating.  You need personal space and time to practice your techniques; and without supportive patronage you are both materially and emotionally alone.  Making things you hope someone will want, not knowing how to get published, show in the gallery, play those good shows…

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Maker’s Remorse

Creative work has no linear neatness.  It is isolating.  You need personal space and time to practice your techniques; and without supportive patronage you are both materially and emotionally alone.  Making things you hope someone will want, not knowing how to get published, show in the gallery, play those good shows…

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