Monday, September 7, 2009

Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man

Description: I share my "art" from ages 7-8 during therapy sessions, and compare it to my "art" now/recently as a college student. Pokes fun at my completely crap calligraphic skills.

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natalye said...

i haven't watched this yet because i am TOO BUSY READING but wanted to say that i have to do a presentation on james joyce in one of my classes so the title of this post made me smile.

Zek J Evets said...

@natalye: uhh... thanks? i think i'll feel better when you've watched the video at least.

if you're not TOO BUSY ;)

DiscoDancing said...

Aha... you dealt with it a lot better than me. After my dad was killed when I was like...five-ish, they sent me to grief counseling.

I just glared at them the whole time before breaking down and making "I miss daddy" cards, lawl.

Thankfully it remained blacked out in my memory until now :p

Zek J Evets said...

@disco: oh... i'm sorry to have brought it back up.

not sure i dealt with it better so much as i dealt with it quieter, haha. ("it" being my myriad personal issues.)

FunkyStarkitty50 said...

I often take my son's pics to his shrink and she doesn't really pay too much attention to them. He's pretty vocal and he will tell her how much he hates everybody ;-)

"Master Of Maze" LOL

I liked the last picture. You should try painting in that style. It is elaborate, it's true, but you can get lost looking at it. I think that it's very good.

P.S. The haircut is very becoming of you.