I’m writing a book… A humanitarian survival guide…. Let me know what you think… Here are the chapter titles..

A walk through the woods and I don’t mean trees.


By: Johnny Sandler.


1. learning to break cycles and understanding how television works.

2. unlearning anger after learning how to kill.

3. strength and strength and strength (clear thinking is a guide to surviving the pattern of irrational situational thought) note this relaxation technique is how to call on strength.

4. under reacting and reacting like a maniac and the difference of both.

5. religous zealots and controlling how you are.

6. when freemasons tell you about enlightenment.

7.being magick isnt a trick. (Sigilium)

8. hunting for food doesnt call for a physical weapon.

9. nesting in the woods is like buying a fixer upper.

10. reality, petception and how to laugh harder than anyone.

11. pet peevs, ocd, egos for sale and doing the gods job for them.

12. smile, you are alive, right? or are you asleep? (Is it all a dream)

13. homo erictis hilarious.
14. observational and responsive thinking

15. fishing hunting and how our reality is second nature.

15 1/2. tune in and remember what you already know radio show.

16. being invisable anywhere simply clear.

17. a wise lifeform once said. (Amazing quotes to live by)

18. cultures shocked from county to county just add bleach.

19. so you want to be rich? ok get a shovel and follow me.

20. how long is this evolving thing again?

21. Standing on the shoulders of giants so you can get a better vantage point.
(there’s always room for taking a good idea and making it better)

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Watercolor on Watercolor paper.


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Jessica Dawn Watercolor on Birch Veneer


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CHELSEA 28”x 32” Watercolor on Birch Veneer


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Jenna Jameson 4’x 4′ on Maple Veneer


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4’x 4′ WATERCOLOR on Maple Veneer

Recent Sea

Recent Sea


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Samantha Saint Watercolor on Veneer


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Watercolor on Wood


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Ideal Landscape

I finished this Oil on Canvas today.  36×24 Ideal landscape



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This is the most recent painting i have done of the amazingly talented        TARRYN ALBERTS


SHE  is what dancing is.  She is amazing!!



“Being on point forever.

Painting changes you in so many ways that it’s hard to imagine breaking it all down to variables of separate mechanics because there are so many things at work from beginning to end with every single piece.

Let me paint you a picture…

First what to draw and making sure your reference has Magik , second picking the wood, third laying out a sketch, fourth picking the brushes, fifth assembling the color theory that you constantly study, sixth keeping your light source in check the whole time, seven breathing and being comfortable, eight clearing your head long enough to focus only on what you are doing….

I only paint at night. My prime time to start a piece is around 12:30-1:00am the time people of the daytime world are deep in sleep.

I like listening to the crickets outside and the lack of cars zooming and no hard light from the sky, and just being unbothered by anything. It’s just me and the art, a showdown of what to do and how to bring some new image into the world.

So much goes into my work. People pay me lots of money for my work and that shit blows my mind. It doesn’t matter that that rich person bought this or this average person ought this. What matters is the focus I try to make every piece I do; have.

I like to think that the stoic focus my work has is a reflection of my own focus and that when it is hanged and people see the focus that it helps them be focused…

Art mimics life and life mimics art right. As long as you keep your focus on point and make sure it’s all done from that pure place inside and reiterates the betterment of the world then what you pour your focus into will not make you better than anyone but it will spread and make the world a better place to be.

And that’s why I do it, then do it again; I am a painter, i am an artist.”



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