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Welcome, Everyone.

gravatar_2016_3For myself writing and art are like guitar frets.  There’s an unlimited amount of arrangements available—hence the diversity of music in our lifetime alone, never mind how it has evolved since its beginnings.  Sometimes I just look around—while hiking in the forest, drinking coffee in my backyard, sitting at my laptop or wherever.  I’ll shrink myself and watch normal trees, a dog’s water dish, even a jar of pens and hi-liters.  They might start looking like serpentlords or seafortresses or frightful minarets.   That looks cool.  I can use that somewhere.                                                                                                

Now… something’s on the canvas.  It reminds me of my early acrylic painting days.  When I had no subject matter in mind, I would simply smear colors everywhere onto a blank canvas.  Oftentimes the effects alone would unfold into a story… or picture… of sorts.  Hey!  Abstract will do for now. Just keep doodling.    Thanx for sharing my mind’s eye and for visiting my blog.

Have a wonderful day!

By the way, my name is Arthur loujen haxm’Yor is my pen name as a writer and artist.  My wife, Jenny, is an anthropologist  She  has collaborated with me on self-help articles.  We currently reside in Spring Valley, California.

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The illustrations on this post are composites of my sketches, acrylic and oil paintings, photography, and various art and camera softwares.

32 thoughts on “Author

  1. loujenhaxmyor Post author

    Don’t paint as much anymore. Most of those older works are incorporated into cgi artwork with my photos and distorted sketches. But computer art is also fun for me. Will return to your blog to view more of your cool stuff. Thanx for stopping by.

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  2. K'lee L.

    Hello, Arthur! Thanks for your support over at my site Obzervashunal! I may have lost a comment of yours on my ‘bridge fog post’. I hope not. Anyway, glad to meet you and check out your work a bit more.

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      1. K'lee L.

        The REAL challenge with bridge fog is to make your way up into the Headlands by foot, car, or bike(my mode!) and catch the fog pouring in over the mountain on its way to the bridge… it is one of the eeriest and coolest things I’ve ever seen. I’ll time it right one of these days!

  3. loujenhaxmyor Post author

    I appreciate the nomination, Danica. But because of my time and involvement with so many other ventures, I have listed my site as being award-free. Many thanx for your visit.

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