Joey Houssian

Thursday, 14 April 2011 0 responses

What do you say about someone like Joey Houssian? What is it that strikes someone take such inhumane actions for the sake of saving a buck? I love being outdoors and taking part in most activities related to the outdoors and adventure life, but not when it is going to infringe on the pain of other living beings. It's a rough realization to think that you might be supporting someone who is acting this way. Of course, you don't always know and I am still a firm believer in karma. The truth will always be revealed in some form or another. The best thing that you can do is stay true to yourself and your beliefs. The fact is that we never know the person we are buying from 100%. We just don't. Unless you sleep, eat and breathe with them on a daily basis, you just don't know. And sadly enough, even then, people don't know. I could see all of this coming out one day in some angry piece of art work. It's the art work reflecting the anger that scares me more than actual pictures!

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Outdoor Adventures- Inspiration for Art

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Being an adventure seeker, I love anything to do with outdoor adventures. The plus to this is being amongst nature. When I say adventure, I am not necessarily talking about cliff diving into a sea of rocks. I do appreciate safety and my life enough that I want to keep it. But, adventure races through trails, rivers, mountains etc. That's definitely my cup of tea. And so is art, of course, so when I can do these activities while walking through the art of nature, I am pretty much in heaven zone. There is nothing like fresh, clean air, whether it is hot or cold. Trees with leaves or without. I am game to do it in any weather as long as I am outdoors amongst my favorite inspiration for art - nature.

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Vancouver Criminal Lawyer as Art?

Wednesday, 6 April 2011 0 responses

I find it interesting how anything can be manipulated into a piece of art. Anything that anyone does can be twisted and justified. There was a time when no one dare to even think of going against what they were taught was truth. I recently met with a vancouver criminal lawyer who told me that what he did was a form of art. I was a little taken aback because I didn't see how defending criminals was a form of art until he further described to me how he approaches his work. It was actually very intriguing and he made quite a bit of sense. I guess when you have a passion for something whether it's colors, numbers or the law, it's your way of an expression, which is a way of art.

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