“Life is a workshop filled with rusty tools sharpened by the repeated grinding of experience.”
This is not a negative description, simply a statement of how life removes the rust of sitting on the bench waiting for the master to build something.
My life is a workshop, some days I tinker, some days I build with a purpose and other days I simply lock the door and go fishing.
I have been ‘writing’, more scribbling, since Tim Ewart and I tried to create the ‘Great Canadian Novel’ in Grade 2. The art part came later, much later, splashing murals on the barrack room walls in Egypt. But in all my ‘expressions’ lives a need to communicate – thoughts, ideas, opinions.
Hopefully something here reaches out to you.
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Mark Law has been involved in computer technology and applications for many years, programming, maintaining and general tinkering with every imaginable computer from Burroughs mainframes to laptops.
As well as his work with technology, Mark is a published author, poet and essayist, editing and publishing his own online literary magazine (The ThinWire Journal) and working as a senior editor on a number of other online publications.
Since 1989 he has also worked extensively in the graphic design field, with more than 500 advertising campaigns under his belt and his fine art designs in private collections from Campbell River to Dubai.