Brutal and the Beach

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AUGUST 2021 – You may see it everyday, on your way to work, on campus, in popular fiction. Not everyone knows much about it, but everyone likely has a strong opinion about it, Brutalist Architecture. Massive, hulking concrete structures that … Continued

Eye Opening

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JUNE 2019 – Sunshine, rain, the outdoors is the name of the game. Been enjoying spending time outside with the flurry of activity that Summer brings. Been traveling a bit in recent weeks and done local hikes to pump up … Continued

Automate the Mundane

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MARCH 2019 – Whether you are enjoying newly fallen snow, hiding away under blankets with a good book or favored show, here’s hoping the seasons are treating you well! I for one intend to take advantage of this pre-bug saturation … Continued

Good Homes!

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AWESOME to see copies of ‘The Adventures of August Winter and the Blackstone Academy’ arrive at locations across the country! Have had reports (including photographic evidence!) of early arrivals in a handful of states already. Want to thank my very … Continued

Officially a Published Author!

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TODAY is a pretty big landmark for myself and the work of WaveGarden Arts as ‘The Adventures of August Winter And the Blackstone Academy’ is available in print for the first time ever! This represents years of work and I … Continued

Welcome to the new WaveGarden Arts Site

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WAVEGARDEN ARTS’ new website is going live, starting about, now, haha. This new version was built to be mobile device and tablet friendly and I hope proves easy to navigate and use! Right now the setup for future growth is … Continued

Fond Farewell for the Old WaveGarden Arts Website

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DECEMBER 1st 2014 marks the final day for my original WaveGarden Arts website. It had a great run and encapsulated the internet era in which it was crafted. Built using Flash, it had the roll-over buttons, hand-animated graphics, rich colors, … Continued