Original art "Lighthouse" created by me in Bryce
A more recent venture is designing computer generated art in Corel's Bryce, including the newest version Bryce5. This amazing piece of software allows one to quickly create almost photorealistic, surrealistic, or fanciful images. I have recently begun enhancing these works through MetaCreation's Poser and Painter 5.5. I've split my work into two sections, Landscapes and Science Fiction/Fantasy.
* New Works added December 24, 2002 to Landscapes Series*
Science Fiction and Fantasy
A link to a synopsis, character sketches, and images of the
world created for my most ambitious venture, the fantasy
novel The Wizards Of Llandwellyn as
well as several short stories and non-fiction articles on martial
arts and the Internet.
Kind of an eclectic list, but then so are my tastes
Alternate Realities on-line webzine for fantasy, science fiction, horror and art
Critter's Workshop excellent resource for writers of science fiction, fantasy and horror
Clive Cussler my favorite adventure writer
The Dilbert Zone documentary of office workers everywhere
Duncan Long accomplished published author and professional artist
Martial arts are a very important part of my life. I began studying Hapkido fifteen years ago and through it developed heightened self discipline and confidence. Hapkido is a blend of Aikido, Tae Kwon Do, Kung Fu and Judo and for outstanding training in a safe, supportive environment, try The Korean Martial Arts Center in San Francisco.
I've long been drawn to the Chinese landscapes of the Sung and Yuan Dynasties (about 1000 - 1300 AD). I have had training in painting in this style, and have added scans of some of my original paintings. For historical information and images the National Palace Museum Taiwan has probably the finest collection in the world. Other sites with excellent information and examples are:
China on Site
Art of Chinese Brush Painting
And a very small selection of my Original Paintings
My job involves managing the STORET water quality data systems for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. These links go to useful environmental information and organizations.
Information Center for the Environment
National Resources Defense Council
I've developed several software packages with Microsoft's Visual Basic. These links are to some excellent sources of software and help for Visual Basic and other software.
Microsoft's Official Visual Basic Site
Here's where my furry collection gets their moment of glory.
Here's some links to homepages belonging to relatives, friends, and assorted acquaintances. Please keep an open mind if you believe in the adage of judging a person by the company he keeps. But seriously, these are all wonderful folks.
My sister can be found at Michele
Hailing from Texas is the multi-talented Michelle Epperson
Another talented and lovely Texan by way of England is Jayne
Spuds aren't all that's produced in Idaho as proven by Michele Covino
Recently arrived from India is the charming Latha Suryaprasad
And finally a link to my annual sports torture, a university who's rallying cry is "we may not have a winning tradition but we still have more Nobel Prize winners", University of California, Berkeley
I enjoy keeping track of the countries in which people kind enough to view this webpage live. To see maps that direct you to web directories of the history, culture, and attractions of these countries, please click on the name of a continent, then click on a place that is color highlighted. More countries will be added as visitors from them find their way to this page:
Sorry, but no one from Antarctica has visited yet.
Comments? Please email me at ewilson
This homepage developed the old fashioned way with HTML code because I didn't get around to finishing it before my trial copy of Hot Dog timed out.
Last updated September 20, 2003
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