The Fall of 2014 saw much art making with new materials and gnashing of teeth, though much time was devoted to the preparation and release of the new album from I Think Like Midnight entitled Warm Seclusion Structure. And band rehearsals. Lots of band rehearsals. My musical head and my visual art head must be quite entwined, though I don't see colors when I play a music. I suspect B flat is a deep purple, C is green, and D is indigo, though that may be a long-running delusion from childhood. As a kid I was partial to the number 7 and rectangles, but now twelves and hexagons fascinated me, as evidenced by recent work and the ITLM cd cover art. If the paintbrushes and pencils saw a little less action this past fall, the guitar strings and InDesign were in a state of near constant resonation. You can preview the ITLM album in it's entirety here and buy a cd of it here or a digital download here and then have a circular discussion with me about why music and art should or shouldn't be considered separate arts.