iN THe WaY



12″ x 18″ Mixed Media on Wood

Something in the way. See you though the crap. Something in his face. Just give him a slap. Temptations can be the downfall or they could be the start. Everything starts somewhere. Something’s tugging on his heart. Feel it when the wind blows. See you through the storm. See your little kindnesses that will keep him warm. He knows what he should do. She knows she’s right for you. She’ll see you through the darkness and guide you to the light. He’ll give in to your heart. It won’t even be a fight.



7″ x 15″ Mixed Media Sculpture


Art is the fatal net which catches these strange moments on the wing like mysterious butterflies, fleeing the innocence and distraction of common men. ~Giorgio de Chirico
All things truly wicked start from innocence. ~Ernest Hemingway

HeRe We Go Yo


7″ x 16″ Mixed Media on Wood

Flower Flow yo, Flower Flow yo.  So what so what so what’s the scenario.  Flower Flow yo, Flower Flow yo.  So what so what so what’s the scenario.  Aiyyo, mijumi knows this (what?) and mijumi knows that (what?).  mijumi don’t know jack, cause mijumi can’t rap.  Well whaddya know?  The Flower is first up to bat.  No batteries included and no strings attached.  Flow holds barred, no time for move fakin’. Gots to get the loot so I can make some more paintin’.  Others front, they say the Flower can’t Flow.  But mijumi’s been known to do the impossible like Tim Tebow so…  ~ mijumi version of Tribe Called Quest

TuBeS & PaiNT






24″ x 24″ Mixed Media Sculpture


This one was a little experiment with the cardboard tubes and paint.  I wanted to see how the tubes would stick and if the paint was going to seep through the cracks at all.  Yes and no.  So, now that I know, I can make another one and get crazier with the paints.  I’m startin’ to like these sculpture/paint pieces.

a FeW MoRe NaiLS






18″ x 24″ Mixed Media on Wood

Yes, there are really no curves.  Well there are, but none of the materials used are curved.  Each strand of hemp is brought from point A to point B to create the illusion of curved lines.  I believe I was taught this design in an elementary school art class, but it was done on paper then.  I wanted to bring the design to life in a more physical way.