There’s Forgiving People, and then Cutting Off People

Most of the time, I complain in a joking way about getting old. One of the things about that that I do find surreal these days is how complex things become. Take relationships for example. There seems to be conflicting messages everywhere, about who to interact and associate with, and how to navigate expectations and … More There’s Forgiving People, and then Cutting Off People

Art Post – May 2018

How much or little can we see right through? How much can something stand out when it is blended with a bunch of other things? Perhaps if the environment is colourful, the collective beauty of the mosaic is what makes it worth it being lost in it all.

Seeking Comfort in Saying “I Don’t Understand”

I’m working on another goal that I think is a valuable part of “adulting” –  being human overall. This is certainly contradictory to the perspective I had growing up, where I believed that people are judged and valued by their intelligence, and that intelligence means being able to know and solve everything. For many reasons … More Seeking Comfort in Saying “I Don’t Understand”

Art Post: March 2018

Starting with a dark background, that was the initial idea here. It is actually a bit of a different experience, finding ways to ‘lighten up’ and to ‘highlight’ more than ‘creating depth’ and ‘making shadows’. Also, I realized that there even darker colours have variation in them, that it’s not really a great idea to … More Art Post: March 2018