Sunday, March 11, 2012

Free Hyper-Cubism, Maybe the Next Picasso

For those that don't know, I've been giving away free artwork at a cafe in New Haven.

Jojo's cafe has been the only cafe to allow me to do so. I try to give thanks to the owner as often as I can.

I've already given away over 100 artworks in the last year or so. The project will continue.

Many young women, including several Yale students have framed my artwork themselves.

In some ways its been the most inspiring activity of my life.

According to U.S. law by the way, artwork is an exception to the rule, it IS IN FACT LEGAL TO RE-SELL THE WORK.

FYI: It's value may grow.

Current major collectors include Gail Hardin (a former neighbor), and my father. There are others, but I'm terrible with names. Someone should make a list of the names and numbers of the artwork and who owns them. There are (at least) dozens. And I still have a big folder full. I produced three or four good ones today.

Saturday, March 3, 2012

Western Philosophy Featured in my Classics

Republic of Plato

Timaeus of Plato

Metaphysica of Aristotle

Paradoxes of Zeno

Enchiridion of Epictetus

The Second Sex of Simone d' Beauvoir

Cultura Naturae - Anthropology

The Social Contract - Translated as the Social Construct

Tractatus of Wittgenstein

Modal Realism of David K. Lewis

Poetry Featured in my 1-Page-Classics

Sappho: The 10th Muse

Roethke: A Modern Poet

Shakespeare's Peinn

The Song of Love

The Eternal Song

The Song of Silver: Eveningtide

Chinese and Japanese Works Featured in my Classics

The Mandate of Heaven


Tao Te Ching

The Art of War

The Art of Ikebana

Solutions: How to Hold Water in One's Hand

The Gold Coin, The Gold Fish, and the Silver Fish

Kwang and Kung

The End of Problems


Thursday, March 1, 2012

My book is available on Amazon


Read the description of the book at any one of four different locations:

At the publisher [below], at my blog, at, and at Amazon.