Category Archives: art
Lately I have been doing a lot of gardening. It's incredibly satisfying. We’ve moved into a house with a small attached greenhouse, and that has inspired a growing collection of plants both edible and ornamental. It was a bit of … Continue reading
For no particular reason, I just sat down and translated the first verse of Silent Night into Quenya. Calligraphy will be forthcoming if I can find the time, and haha maybe I should record this for my Christmas album. quildë … Continue reading
A random weird thing stapled to a utility pole. Near as I can tell it says: There were chicks everywhere, white as stars. Strangely, they were silent and soft and (aberrant?) pleasant to look upon.
This is a space song I made. The video is a slide show of Hubble Space Telescope photos. You can probably figure out how I made the music part, but I left a few really obvious clues in the video … Continue reading
This morning while walking in Ladd's Addition, we noticed one of these "meta" art pieces screwed onto a utility pole in Ladd's Circle. These things are all over the area, as chronicled at Signs of Life PDX and other places. … Continue reading
I started playing with a really amazing ipad app the other day. The Korg iMS-20 is a full on emulator for a synth, drum machine, sequencer, mixer, and effects. This is the kind of equipment I've always wanted to mess … Continue reading