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Late-Summer Harvest

Posted on August 29, 2011

Late Summer Harvest, ©MMXI

You reap what you sow.


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Coyote Arts Fest 2011

Posted on August 25, 2011

9/30 — 10/2, 2011

My next gallery showing will be at the end of September at the Coyote Art Festival!

This three-day event includes hundreds of artists in the heart of Wickerpark/Bucktown for a weekend celebration.

Flat Iron Arts Building: 1579 N. Milwaukee Ave.

September 30th - October 2nd 2011

Friday: 6-10pm
Saturday: Noon-10pm
Sunday: Noon-6pm

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See you there!


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Mother Superior

Posted on August 22, 2011

Mother Superior, ©MMXI

"Now I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds."
- Bhagavad-Gita -

Give us a kiss.


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Front Page!

Posted on August 19, 2011

The exhibition "Kindred Spirits" made the front page of the long-standing Chicago Japanese American newspaper, the Chicago Shimpo!

Here's the article (click to enlarge photos):

Thanks to all who made the show such an amazing experience!


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“Academia” – the infographic

Posted on August 18, 2011

From time-to-time, people ask me why I'm not in grad-school chasing a PHD with my ideas and interest in history:

Academia Infographic

Listening to my friends' stories of the gauntlet they're stuck in, I think I'm happy still enjoying my knowledge and making art. If you've got $60-grand to spot me, I'm might take the plunge someday 😛


Lesson in random etiquette #924: Never ask a student how grad-school is going unless you are paying for it.


Daughter of the Sun

Posted on August 15, 2011

Daughter of the Sun, ©MMXI

I always enjoy hearing Greek myths. In their non-puritanically cleaned-up versions,
the stories are like magic infused soap-operas with slightly more incest and cannibalism.

The mythic characters have only two options in the long run:

1. Gruesome death to be celebrated for ages

2. Punching out a god and taking their seat on Mount Olympus

The difference between the myths of the Greeks and the Judeo-Christians
is that the Greek Pantheon is much more interactive:

If you have ambition, skill and a kick-ass epithet, the world can be yours.


Medea --->