A little birdie told me to Keep Going

Photography by Chris Clark Post Processing by Courtnee Fallon Rex Ink by Mike of All Star Tattoo, Tacoma

It was time for me to buy some art, myself.

Arms are inked, now. Sleeves: Inevitable. Lovingly done by Mike at All Star Tattoo of Tacoma on a gut feeling, best tattooing experience I’ve yet had. Recommended. Thank you again, Tacoma. For reference, this was what I was doing with my arms back in 2008. Keep going.

Thank you Cafe Brosseau!

Thank you Tacoma, and my Seattle friends new and old for making last night a really fucking great show. I felt so loved and supported and I am ecstatic to have heard from everyone how much they enjoyed themselves. Set list: Write What You Know – Courtnee Fallon Rex Pretend it Never Happened Black as […]

On white supremist heteropatriarchy in America

“When White people made the rules hundreds of years ago, they never counted on us being free. This is what [Ferguson] is about.” – A Black Grandmother I’ve become very passionate over the last two years about social evolution, which means I’m paying a lot of attention to social justice. Racism and Sexism are my […]

Full Circle Zita

My signature (nude) aerial silks piece started as a homage to sexual relationship, to not giving up on loving someone, even when you get bucked off. The act began as a physical illustration of the struggle to shed the defenses that bind us, finding strength in being vulnerable, and how sex can contribute to the […]

I am no longer Paralyzed By the prospect Of outgrowing you

Experiment: Daily Post-it challenge

Challenge: A post-it sketch in ballpoint for every day in August. Duration: One month Compendious Result: Fine for 8 days, then trainwreck failure — and I’m ok with that. This was one of many, many production challenges I’ve given myself over the years, none of which I’ve completed fully. It is said in most circles […]

Today’s work

Feather/bird inspired by http://ephygenia.deviantart.com/art/Feather-Tattoo-350657489 Conjoining two mediums and styles together.

The eyes have it

Perhaps I should do something themed-wise with this eye stuff. I’m starting to collect quite a few.


Sometimes, I remember what it was like to let someone who knew me hold me. Conjugated, wordless. Someone who watched me churn and struggle with you and cry so hard I choked on myself. Cry so hard my face felt like it was going to fill and burst with blood and fall off. Sometimes, I […]

The Opening

You sit alone in the dark of an ornate theater, front row center. The massive stage sits empty, curtains swung open, adorning the sides of the performance space like a pair of french doors folded into the inside of a well consolidated room. The folds of the deep red fabric run horizontal, dipping and rising […]

The 7 stages of Creativity

1: This is awesome! 2: Hmm. This is sorta unpredictable.. 3: This is shit. 4: I am shit. 5: WHY THE FUCK DO I PUT MYSELF THROUGH THIS? 6: Ok. Maybe it’s not complete crap.. 7: This is awesome!

Heavy in your arms (updated)

https://soundcloud.com/soundofnee/im-so-heavy-fatm-cover-in-progress Originally created by Florence and the Machine I was a heavy heart to carry My beloved was weighed down My arms around his neck My fingers laced to crown. I was a heavy heart to carry My feet dragged across ground And he took me to the river Where he slowly let me drown […]

You said I was safe

An ode to acrimony


Forever in debt to your priceless advice

https://soundcloud.com/soundofnee/covering-nirvana-heart-shaped-box-whim Heart Shaped Box on a whim. Because fuck it. Played live with my Harmony G-XT which I am still getting used to.

All in a day’s work

I pulled down my acrylic and water based visual art show today and put it right back up a couple miles away; Currently Showing at Broadcast Coffee: June 1, 2014 – August 1, 2014. 1918 E Yesler Way, Seattle, WA ‎ (206) 322-0807 ‎ · http://broadcastcoffee.com/ A few things didn’t make it. For starters Black […]

Goodnight, Grandma P.

In addition to directing the performances this year, I have two small pieces of work that were juried into the Festival (first time), and have modeled for Jim Wilkinson’s installation “Stall”, as well as being the model in the photograph Jim Duvall chose to be in the show as his Masters of Erotic Art piece […]

Watercolor finished

9×12 Inspired by Jimmy Gersen’s work

Watercolor in progress

9×12, Inspired by Jimmy Gersen’s work

Sketchbook update

First page with color in my tiny sketchbook. It will be full by summer, I’m betting.

The thread

I began my Patreon campaign in November of 2013, in an effort to both fund and emotionally encourage my work. Since then, through my art sales, a few equipment selloffs/trades, and my supporters/patrons, I now have: Framed my artwork for the first time Had that framed work juried into the Seattle Erotic Art Festival Renewed […]