I was 3 (yes, three years old) my parents took me to see "Easy
Rider", my very FIRST movie experience in a theater. Well,
for better or worse, I witnessed Captain America (Wyatt) , Billy,
and George pick up brooding hitch-hikers and hookers, contend with
hippy-haters, trip on acid, and find the American Dream. Was I messed
up for life? Maybe. But, I've always felt a strange fascination
with that crazy time in the late 60s.
then, I have created the 8-time award-winning board game, "Castle
Keep", and published the children's book, "The
Moving Light". I've made also guitars, published poetry,
earned a Religious Studies degree, painted murals, gotten diplomas
in Interior Design, built furniture - had a life.
currently a graphic artist who does a lot of those same things,
and tries to get better at guitar. I live somewhere over the rainbow
near The Emerald City, Seattle. I hope you enjoy my art and help
to complete it with your own creativity.
planning a second Psychedelic 60s coloring book right now,
and I want you to tell me what YOU want in the next one. I need
inspiration! Tell me:
you liked best about "Psychedelic 60s" (the coloring
artwork YOU want to see in the NEXT psyche coloring book (ricbook
what theme you would like me to illustrate instead of psychedelic
here for you, man! Your coloring book artist, on-call. Talk to me.
I'll try to answer all e-mail. Also, e-mail me pages from "Psychdelic
60s" that you have colored and tell me what medium you
used. You might see your art posted right here!