Close up of SOCIETY piece ... 4ft by 5 ft... oil pastel, spray and house paint on canvas !!! Be direction this month hahaga always changing shit up to keep my mind moving and yours too!!! Always creating and hopefully inspiring ... have a smashing weekend !!!
We switched Fayfay's collar leash into a harness some time ago because of his natural instinct to pull. Realizing there will be times we will need to pull him back from things that might hurt him. (He once dig his nose into a porcupine bush and came out with needles on his lips) We learned our lesson to use something that's safer for him and for us. The one we are using has a long handle, a short handle and a handle on his back. And he is now happier because it's more comfortable than a collar leash. And of course cuter❤️ I always thinks it looks like the overalls that minions wear😂 🐾photo is Fayfay and his papa E 🙋🏻♂️
No idea how i did it but I managed to get a single subdivision arpeggiator on my jp-8000 to shuffle AND throw in some crazy triplet action. The synth patch has a total of 5 oscillators and sounds remarkably like a tenor sax doing overtone harmonics. Trying to play this #riq that @riki.the.legendary.heropon brought me from #lebanon ! This thing is tricky! #riqfunk#notadrummer#se02#jp8000#sh01a @roland_us #studioday#composition
This is Jeff. His heart is as big as his smile, and as open as his mind. Several months ago, he asked if he could put together a Free Listening workshop. He took 5 people into the streets of Minneapolis and it effected him so deeply he decided to host another workshop. This time 20 people showed up. Early on a Saturday morning, we went through an extensive training, and we spread across the city. Experiences were experienced, stories were shared, and lives effected. "This was the first time I spoke in depth with a homeless person. I'll never be the same." Thank you for your heart, for your spirit, and for listening.
Actors, be careful. Sometimes fear sounds like wisdom stopping you from trying, from risking, and from taking the chance to be great. You may hear a voice say; "get a real job, be normal, acting is so difficult." Here's the difference: fear says it's too hard, wisdom gives you strength. Fear tells you to stop, wisdom inspires movement. Fear tells you there's pain, wisdom helps you heal. Fear is most dangerous when it looks like wisdom.