Hell ain’t hot its MAZE-ING!!!

Granny Strong

Granny Strong

There can be no rainbow without a cloud and a storm.
J. H. Vincent

As we say goodbye to 2014 I look back at all that happened and have to smile with gratefulness. In a year where I lost my Granny, lost my marriage, lost my home, lost two jobs right after being promoted and to top it off a pulled tooth where the drugs didn’t work, I recognize my blessings.

My still beating healthy heart, my boys, my warm home, and the growing possibility that my 13 year marriage may survive the storm!

Although life unleashed hell I’m still here, still moving forward. At first look I could only see the 52 weeks of pain.  But when I wrote down my goals for the new year I realized all the work I put in regardless of the tough times. Below is a list of the work I’ve done this year that will be released in 2015.


The day Peanut Butter met Jelly book pack: 3 self published and illustrated childrens books I will be offering

Don’t be a Sideline Daddy: A humorous ebook of my comic strip character Sideline Daddy pointing out the drama parents can bring to youth sports.


Shapes: 8 piece art show with the theme of shapes mazed out!

Sexmanji: 10 piece art show featuring an erotic take on the human form mazed out.


Maze-ing Earth: A phone app game of mazes.

Sexmanji: A adult maze-ing board game for couples


Sideline Daddy Comic Strip book : A ebook to point out to parents the drama they bring to youth sports

Community Service

Fourth Annual Free summer art program: This will be my fourth summer offering free art class/story time to the youth in Denver.

Free Art Kit Program: I will be giving participants in my art program free art kits.


~ by mazemangriot on December 31, 2014.

2 Responses to “Hell ain’t hot its MAZE-ING!!!”

  1. I just love the tree maze you posted! I really like it a LOT. You have come a long way, haven’t you…and the struggle made you strong. Like all of us, slogging through the tough times…we know when we have passed through it that it was worth it, and we are better fit for the next challenge.
    Such a good New Year’s letter. Thank you, and God bless you and your boys and your relationships and your art. With care, Susan Holland

    • Thank you!!! It was the first piece I did once my Granny passed. I thought about her and a tree came to mind. The crazy thing is that I feel she was talking to me because the leaves green and yellow match the color of two houses she used to own. I didn’t even notice it until after I drew it. Its also a mix of pastels a new medium to my skill set. Stay tuned and enjoy!


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