The Artist has been rather reclusive. That seems entirely cliche', but let me explain. I feel he has only just met the intellectual and the eccentric. Before he was much to concerned with the aesthetic and advancing the aesthetic, but while this may seem an aspiring goal to fellow artists, it was not something entirely beneficial to my personality. The artist has been rather complacent and uncompromising, but it seems now that he has opened up the possibilities to great collaborations with my other persons, he has been able to work in his old habits in a much more intellectually stimulating manner. In other words, he can now accept his shortcomings not as artistic flaws or simplistic accoutrements meant to brandish the ego, but as rustic gems of evolution. I'll post up some of his creations soon.
BTW the artist is not only a visual artist, as is commonly assumed, but rather a connesieur of all senses.