Jack London: a 24-year obsession

Two major murals, and several essays.

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Actually this obsession started with my East San Francisco Bay family, around 1900. It’s about my great-grandfather’s relationship with the notorious California author, Jack London. Link to published essay in Zocolo Public Square, 

Jack London, Beers Books
24×22″ acrylic on substrate, 2005

Link to Sacramento Bee essay about London’s 1904 trip to Korea.Bee_JL_Korea.jpg (2562×2871)