and, also, have these too, of course.
The last week of June was a real moment for learning and rejouvination on Orcas Island.
This is a commissioned portrait of an old friend, Rupert, for an amazing and older friend, JAW Cooper. She is a seriously talented and weirdo illustrator, painter, sculptor/sculpeetor/sculptress?, who made for me an amazing dragonfly ornament. We engaged in an art Xchange this spring, and this was my end of the deal. Hope its up to snuff.
A friend at Nutcase helmets was lucky enough to show off their new line of motorcycle helmets at Amerivespa!, the sporty and spirited conference hosted by the Vespa Club of America.
I was lucky enough to be commissioned to paint a backdrop for their booth, complete with the missing woman-in-the-yellow-dress (which will be filled by the visitors…)
Visual-emotional stimuli / three banners
Back in March, I painted these three banners for some Interrupting Oppression workshops I co-facilitated. I get so stoked to make visual aides for tranformational learning! Let’s do it.
From the U.S. border to Palestine, our humanity is being tested.
By Tomoyuki Kambe
‘While focusing on the small living things in the natural world, I will try to draw the surrounded big world.
As for the element which forms this world, it has the led to the element which forms our societies.
Whenever I focus the small individual of the nature world, I notice the affinity of our societies. Through the observation of the small things around us, I believe that we find the form of the big world’
- Tomoyuki Kambe
mm, i love this!
also: spring is springing !!