(Photo) Sea Lion 8x10 $175 framed I got to go to Nevada, Utah, Idaho, Montana, Washington, and Oregon this summer.
My artwork, on the other hand, got to go to the Hamptons, Glen Neck, New York, Soho,Edinburgh, Scotland, Hollywood, Carpenteria and will soon be showing in Vancouver, Canada. Must be nice! (Photo) Edinburgh, Scotland (Photo) the Hamptons
Next week, class is at Mira Costa College on Monday. I have classes on Flash Animation and Video Production. I'm really excited to do stuff. I don't know these professors, but I will be with some returning students along with new students. I expect these classes would be about 20 students since they're lab classes and we each get a computer.
My life skills coach, Lindsay will go with me to class this semester like Blake and Becca have before. They help me stay focussed and
Often people ask me to donate paintings for fundraisers. Sometimes I give new paintings I've made for fundraisers and sometimes I give some old paintings I already have on hand. This week, I've been working on a painting called Capernaum for theYoung Life Capernaum event on September 8th.
Last fall, I first met Tobias Haglund, the Area Director of Young Life Capernaum. Tobias and I got to know each other and to do stuff together. He comes up to my house to see me, and onc
What I like about Adi is that he is my best friend in need. Adi has been my mentor since the second annual Autism Tree Project Foundation - University of San Diego Football Mentor Program. Adi's real name was Al Rilwan Adeyemi. He is originally from Nigeria which is the country of the continent of Africa. Adi's family now lives in Santa Monica, California, and he lives near the University of San Diego campus. Adi goes there to be a football player under supervision by Coach R