New Book Review of Bamusers + More

I’m grateful to ArtLA Magazine for writing and publishing a very flattering Book Review of Bamusers: Musings in Art in Aprils edition.  The reviewer Tim Broughton had some very nice things to say about my art (and about me).  Thank you Tim.

On another note, after a mild winter it looks like and feels like the heat is coming back to the Sonoran Desert.  Last years winter was fabulously cold and it snowed here at the 2,300 ft. level and above.  There was a distinct thunderclap and a Ka-Boom! – Suddenly the snow was falling on the cactus and on the peaks.  Unique indeed.

Working on the next Bamuers:  Volume 2 + TeeMusers t-shirts.

Plus, recently ‘The Fred Society’ commissioned me to make a Bamusers drawing and call it Frederick the Grate.   Its purportedly going on Fred Society t-shirts and perhaps other products.  For you Freds or Friends of Freds or just curious souls, check out The Fred Society at

Welcome to the World of Bamusers

Welcome to the World of Bamusers

Welcome to the World of Bamusers where you can assume a bemusement is just around a corner, around the block or around… beyond.   

Because there are so many interesting characters in our world, art subject material of the human nature kind seems inexhaustible to me. Isn’t every gesture and physical line a tale that could be told? I think of the Old Masters who made excruciatingly clear and detailed human faces conjuring them from flat surfaces and colored pigments. They knew where to look and to find revealing facial and physical expressions, illuminating human attributes which in turn display the wonder and immutability of the natural nature of man.

The Bamusers attempt to find those signs too, but are quicker made things than those old paintings, and certainly less elaborate.

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