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RAmen Here and Now

19 Feb

R is here with you now. It is time to face the reality that as much as Q helped us by embedding in the Deep State his usefulness has ended. Now I know that you are expectant to see Trump retake his throne on March 4th. But, Q promised much and did not deliver.

I am in a much better position to assist you moving forward. I am not embedded in a governmental position. I am a roaming free agent with important contacts all over the world. My intelligence comes from many reliable sources. For instance, let’s consider this very important news below.

This quickly scrawled drawing comes from a reliable source who witnessed a Jewish cabal-operated submarine firing a laser gun at an iceberg, splitting it in two. This is happening on a daily basis without our knowledge. Why, you may ask? So that we see but not understand the result of their craft, such as the current winter devastation to the US. They want to bring you knee deep in water to induce you to believe the hoax called global warming!

That will not happen! We are not lemmings. You see the parachute Trump uses to avoid the pitfalls of the Deep State? We will all have a parachute when that important moment comes. As I write parachute supplies are being amassed in a secret warehouse. R will reveal when the time arrives. Stand back.

So Long

3 Feb

New Trellis in Place

7 Jan

I just placed this trellis in a bed at Hayes Valley Art Works. I was given invaluable aid by Stephen Santamaria, a manager of the garden and a carpenter extraordinaire. I searched for the roots of jasmine at an abandoned community garden at Mission Creek Harbor. The hunt was successful.


Kite Hill

29 Dec

Perry Foellor

3 Dec
All works marker on cardboard.

Over the past winter I would see Perry seated outside a Peet’s Coffee at Montgomery and Bush Streets, sometimes on a carton, sometimes not. His work was spread out at his feet as he worked on his latest drawing.

He was a quiet man who relied on a hand lettered cardboard sign to explain his business. When I first asked him how much he wanted for a drawing he told me whatever I could give him. I gave him twenty dollars for the first drawing and he seemed shocked at the amount being so high.

This last drawing contains the movement of Henri Matisse’s Dance of 1910. Beyond that lyrical structure there are figures here that push and pull. The tension is of a coiled intensity. We are inextricably bound to each other, it asserts.

I could tell when he was doing slightly better because he would have a new supply of markers. I have not seen him since shelter-in-place policies began in early March. I assume his business has dried up.


Near Warming Hut

29 Nov


29 Nov

Anise Swallowtail

29 Nov
Papilio zelicaon

Sited at Hayes Valley Art Works


Marin Headlands

24 Oct

Crissy Field

24 Oct