November 7, 2015

Why am I using the last few minutes of this stunningly, stupidly perfect fall day--its pristine, crystalline shards of yellow-green silently tinkling at the window--to talk about me?

It's one of two things:


--the need to tell a story (code for "I want...

August 24, 2015

Short, stop-motion movie about the making of Ent-omology, a 2012 painting inspired by the impossible magical realism of Giuseppe Arcimboldo.

I have my friend, Tim, to thank/blame for this painting, as he gave me a small book about Arcimboldo a couple of years ago.  I wa...

July 21, 2015

This week I watched (again) the 1945 version of The Picture of Dorian Gray (Albert Lewin directing Hurd Hatfield, George Sanders, Angela Lansbury), a rich blackish-brown-and-white film, smothered with exotic visual cream sauce--Hurd Hatfield's visage is like a white po...

July 4, 2015

 Betsy Ross by Ann Huey ~ July 4, 2015 ~ acrylic ~ 8 inches round 


Elizabeth Griscom Ross Ashburn Claypoole.  

Did she sew the first American flag?  

No one really knows, as there is no concrete evidence to support it.  But, according to those people who we can reliably...

June 22, 2015



These men founded a nation. 







 These guys founded some socks.

 Happy Father's Day!


June 11, 2015

Summer in Texas.  I hate it.  I'm from Texas, so I'm allowed to say so.  


It's not so much the heat, although if your air conditioner pooped out, you would probably die.  Adding to your postmortem embarrassment, no one would notice you were dead right away, s...

June 2, 2015

It was about 3:00 a.m.-ish

("a.m." as in "after midnight", not "a.m.-ish" as in "Amish"),

as I left the studio-- 

(I don't spend all day and night in here--if I did, I might be really good by now--no, I just usually start very late)

a glorified storage building--

(I don't a...

May 25, 2015



In April, 2001, I went to Wilton, Connecticut, for an artist’s residency at Weir Farm National Historic Site.  The farm was the weekend home of American Impressionist, Julian Alden Weir, and is the only National Historic Site dedicated to an American artist.  It...

May 18, 2015

   Herewith are cat-themed greeting cards I produced to sell at my friend Chris Unruh's shop, MakersConnect, in East Dallas.  It's a super fun place to learn how to make stuff or to visit and see inventive, locally-crafted creations before they're knocked off over...

May 10, 2015

Whether she's simply wonderful, from hell, alive or dead, everyone has had one:  a mother.

Oh, sure, we've all known a few sorts who were more likely concocted in a bathtub or spawned by a something with scales, but, come on, it's Mother's Day, when...

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