Art, stories, musings, and militant governance over a squadron of tiny granite soldiers.
I've always thought that stories were important. As tools, as communication, as exploration of ideas, it doesn't really matter, because I can't seem to stop making them.
Like loose change they slip out of my pockets and ring out when they hit the street, and and I'm always shaking them out of bedsheets and cereal boxes and from in between the pages of old books.
I think they are important, so I try to make my art (in whatever media), with a sharp enough edge that it cuts a window into those stories to let in just a little more light. That's what I think art is good at, and it's useful because it let's somebody else take a peek inside if they want.
So anyway, if you want, here is a story.
I take commissions, and pieces featured in this gallery are for sale.
Please message me here or at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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