Well, here’s a handy graphic that might help you get past that.Continue reading
My painting, The Swimmer, (SOLD) speaks to the heat of the Vancouver summer in 2015. The swimmer prepares to dive into the cool water. An opportunity to paint a figure study about physical fitness in the glare of the afternoon sun. Original and prints available at Saatchi Online.Continue reading
The old business models don’t work in today’s socially-connected society and the traditional thinking that generated boom-and-bust cycles, conflict and dysfunctional practices has brought us to the ‘tipping point’—the limits of our own sustainability. The Creative Economy is an exciting new arena for those who see opportunity in every challenge and see creative growth as the catalyst for change.Continue reading
There was a point late in Barack Obama’s book Dreams from my Father where he lost my admiration and raised doubts in my mind about his authenticity. Suddenly, the impressive, logical, impassioned, dedicated, truthful, heart-felt, intelligent and undoubtedly courageous journey of his life took a turn that seemed completely out of character, and didn’t appear […]Continue reading
We have always been hugely influenced by images and messages. They form the bulk of our guidance system through life, but they are often subliminal.
Do you know what your business is telling the world?
When times are hard and money is tight, I hear this often. The belt-tightening process seems to automatically result in ditching the creative. It’s ironic, because when anyone starts a new business, it surely springs from a creative inspiration. So, why is it that the very thing that inspired the whole thing is seen as […]Continue reading