“…I know what happiness feels like and that’s a nice point of reference to know what joy feels like. It’s in the very little things. It’s a dog sitting in the sun. You know It’s a beautiful bird flying by if you’re sitting outside. You know that if you get down to the bottom of your barrel sometimes, those are the only things you have left, and we draw on those things.”
…at the Academy Of Art in San Francisco. I loved illustration, especially editorial work, work that seemed to do more than decorate the page. . .
…Being silly is serious business and turning the diabolical madness on its head with humour and art changes its affect on us…
“Gypsy Heart” is a unique song in that it embraces the romance, passions, and mysteries of being a troubadour while acknowledging inevitable aging and the magic of a deeper perspective.
It’s a children’s game, drawing circles, but it gives us an undeniable sense of completion when the two pencil marks join. We talk about tying up loose ends, wrapping something up, and having a beginning, middle, and end. What a tidy way to describe our life experiences.
How does a song surface and fly? What does that feel like? Jon Ims shares with us his funny, fun, and amazing story. “She’s in Love with the Boy” and “Fallin’ Out of Love”