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Art is the Mission
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Orange army. Fight!
I can't believe I am sick again.  What is up with this year's cold and flu season?!  It's making me cranky.  Please little oranges, do your job and make this go away soon.
Morocco Travel Journal 2014
The story of my recent trip to Morocco, told in sketches: Two days in Marrakech: Entrance to Maison Tiskiwin Arch detail in Bahia Palace Then my travel companions and I set off on a three-day driving adventure to Guelmim before joining a drawing group in Essaouira.  Day One - Marrakech to Taroudant over the High Atlas: Driving over the Atlas mountains - an enterprising cafe owner has positioned an old van to hang over the cliff.  Naturally travelers stop to take pictures and have refreshments in the cafe.  ...
NBC Bay Area’s profile on FLAX
We're in the news again, this time a great story on NBC, with thanks to Joe Rosato Jr. Story: You hear it all the time these days: artists getting displaced as landlords jack-up the rent or sell out to developers, taking advantage of San Francisco’s soaring economy. Howard Flax hears the stories all the time, from his customers. “San Francisco is changing,” he said, from the bustling floor of Flax...
From Chiapas With Love
One of my work pals asked me to make a picture for her sweetheart using this coffee bag as a background. Apparently their trip to Mexico was so romantic she wanted to be able to commemorate it by giving her honey some art for her birthday. I was so happy to do the commission and ended up making a second one for the office (in honor of the yummy coffee she brought back). Working with these new materials is proving to be super inspiring. 8"x8" "From Chiapas With Love" Encaustic, coffee bag, carbon transfer, 2014
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There are more artists in the Mission than any other neighborhood in San Francisco