Hold on to the smoke for a moment, and consider how mirrors are revolving doors between complementary sides. A professor of biblical spirituality once parenthetically stated in a class I was taking that we’d all be much better off approaching … Continue reading
Hundreds of digital (iPad) paintings, drawings, cartoons, videos, doodles, and photo-mashups about this nightmare, dating back to late 2014. Obsessive-compulsive disorder is characterized by unreasonable thoughts and fears (obsessions) that lead to compulsive behaviors; OK, enough about this former President. … Continue reading
That which goes up (in smoke). Etymology. Click on image to enlarge; click here to see it box framed in black 12″ X 17″ (medium also available, 8″ X 11.3″) with an off white matte color. Preliminary quadrangular drawing done in … Continue reading
Prospectors Brew Co., Smoked Stout, 16 oz.
Here’s the image that came to mind just after I started reading this interview by Amy Santee with design anthropologist, Armonia Alvarado. Armonia invited folks in the LinkedIn group, Ethnographers to read her interview by using the following quote, which … Continue reading
I wish I knew the number of meetings I attended at Smokey Row in Des Moines, IA over the past 4 years or at least the number of gallons of coffee I drank there. Kind of a neat place. I’ll miss … Continue reading
Back in May of 2011 a colleague hosted a party in Clarinda, Iowa, which as I look back, was without a doubt the highlight of my Leadership Iowa experience, Class of 2010-11, Best Class Ever. I won’t name any names; … Continue reading