Jack, Blanton’s, & Old Fitzgerald

It has been a very productive week! I’m a bit late on my post this week because…well life. Lol! But, I have completed the Jack Daniel’s and Blanton’s drawings! As I was finishing them I thought adding some gold would be awesome! I tested it before completely going for it and loved the way it looked! So, I am adding it to all of the drawing of the series. The Blanton’s has already been sold and now a second one must be made for the series!


I have started the third drawing as well. Old Fitzgerald Whiskey is the bottle for this coming week. I am currently working on the second version of this drawing right now. The first one was too small for my liking so, I scraped it and drew it larger. It is coming along nicely! I should finish it up before the end of the week and begin a second Blanton’s to keep in the series this weekend.


I am planning to display the series after finishing them as a collection and making prints to sell for anyone interested. Staying busy busy to finish these drawings and begin the next! Going into February on track for completing the series as scheduled!

So what do ya say, wanna change the world today?!

Perspective is nothing if not life changing, a fundamental shift in the train of thought that you base your values on. As I get older I am embracing new perspective more and more. I crave it. I want my mind changed. I want to grow. I want to understand more and see the world through eyes that are not mine.

I feel that there is a rising up of new thinking that creates more inclusivity within society. People are not afraid to stand up. The time is always ‘now’ for the forward thinkers. The people that say, “If I’m not the voice then there is no voice. If I don’t make change for the future thinkers of the world then we will never change.”

I want to be part of change. I want to say I made a difference to a better world. A world where more people are letting other perspectives influence their thoughts and actions. Having the openness to not being right all the time. Believing that there is always a way of doing something that has never been thought of.

Supporting those that are brave, especially if what they represent is a perspective that eyes have never seen, is all about opening your heart to others. Vulnerability is always seen as a bad thing. A thing that makes someone weak but, vulnerability is what changes the world. It’s that one person standing up to say “I think, feel, or want things to be different and here’s why. Let’s find ways together to make it so.”

These brave people and those who support them are my heroes. It simply starts with listening. Truly listen to what others have to say. So what do ya say, wanna change the world today?!