Month: June 2014

Getting Started

Goal-setting doesn’t come naturally to most of us, I think. As with anything there is always more than one way to get things done. Some people need highly-ordered structure, some need a more amorphous approach. Regardless of what approach works for a given person, I think most of us think that in order to start something we have to go… Read more →


Happy Monday, folks. Tomorrow afternoon the link to the shop here and at Etsy will be unavailable for a few days so that I might take a brief vacation. The upsisde is that I should come back with some excellent inspiration for future works. Until 5pm PST Tuesday, you can shop to your heart’s content! Read more →

Prints In The Store

Howdy folks- I’m going to be delaying the release of prints in the store until September 1. There are a couple of reasons for this. I’m researching a couple of alternatives for even cooler, BETTER products, and this requires times, communication, and proofs. I’d rather offer better and awesome than quick and easy. I’ll be out of town for a… Read more →

One Man’s Vermeer Obsession

A fascinating look at one man’s quest to see if an Old Master used a crude camera to construct his paintings. Over at Colossal: It has long been suspected that some of the old masters may have relied on optical devices such as the camera lucida to help with scale and proportion in their paintings, leading to more lifelike interpretations… Read more →

New Shopping Option

For those of you who don’t like Paypal (and I can understand why), there’s now a new option for buying artwork from Cipher Art- Etsy! The nice thing about Etsy is that it allows me to accept credit card, debit card, or Etsy Gift Card for payment. The store is still being fleshed out, but you can visit it here. Read more →