Category Archive: Artwork

Local Artist Pays Colorful Tribute to David Bowie at Annapolis Pop Up Gallery

Tragedy has a way of prompting spontaneous creativity. Local self-taught artist Mark Peria was grief stricken upon learning that his musical hero, David Bowie, had died January 10th following an 18-month battle with… Continue reading

Tragedy Can & Does Inspire

As of late, the news has been a stream of reports on one tragedy after another. There are many reactions to catastrophic events, which I’ll elaborate on later. The purpose of this brief… Continue reading

Heureux 178 Anniversaire Edgar Degas!

“Conversation in real life is full of half-finished sentences and overlapping talk. Why shouldn’t painting be too? “  (Hilaire-Germain-Edgar De Gas July 19, 1834 – September 27, 1917) I guess it’s only appropriate that one… Continue reading

Viva La Vinyl!

Celebration of grooved wax discs need not one day for celebration – but 365. Analog life is one filled with sounds robust and artwork aplenty. 78, 45, 33 & 1/3, spin! With less… Continue reading

Bumper Sticker POW-er

Entry for Tuesday, 1/25/11 Subject: Inspiration I don’t cover my car in stickers, but I find it amusing to read other people who choose to make their vehicles mobile billboards. First amendment rights… Continue reading

Just Like Heaven? Sign Me Up Mr. Jackson!

Entry for Wednesday, 1/19/10 Subject: Inspiration © Cover Art: Yoori Kim (design); Daniel Lee (photo-illustration) I read Alice Sebold’s New York Times best-selling novel, The Lovely Bones, shortly after it was published in… Continue reading

FLASH Class Project

Entry for Tuesday, 1/18/11 Subject: Creation Whenever I hear the two words “Flash Class,” my mind goes directly to Jennifer Beals and “Flashdance.” Given the obstacles faced in this course – language barrier,… Continue reading

Spies & Food = Art?

Entry for Saturday, 1/15/11 Subject: Inspiration I spy, with my little eye…..DESIGN. It’s everywhere and ever since I’ve begun studying web and graphic design, I’ve been looking at life from a designer’s perspective.… Continue reading