about me

Hi. My name used to be Carol Es, but I’ve changed it to Ayin. I am an artist, THIS IS MY WEBSITE. I’m also a drummer and writer born and raised in Los Angeles. I now live and work in Joshua Tree, CA. You have reached my blog where I write everything from the goings on in my art studio, my life as a writer, my foibles and tribulations, personal tragedies, and the hysterics of my countless efforts in trying to improve my life. As a wiser man once said, “Don’t try.”

Please, sign up for my mailing list to get my seasonal newsletters. You won’t get spammed. You’ll just get updated on the few events I may have going on, like art shows. Your email will be kept private and you can quit whenever you want.

I now live in Joshua Tree, California with my partner Hannah Phillips. We love it here and now, life is finally good.

Thanks for reading! 🙂

3 thoughts on “about me

  1. Kershona Mayo September 19, 2008 / 1:23 pm

    Would love you to check out the 2008 Pasadena Art Weekend! Over 30,000 people are expected to attend this jam packed art & culture festival in Pasadena, October 10,11,12, 2008. Visit http://www.pasadenaartweekend.com for more info.

  2. Warren J August 11, 2009 / 6:30 am

    Hey Carol,
    I see you’ve opened a studio in Highland Park and joined up with NELA art.

    I represent a local LA artist, Tim McMullen. We are having a show to display his work on August 29th in Eagle Rock. The show is called Art Between the Fences.
    I’d like to send you a flyer and politely request promotion for the event on your site. We’d love for you to attend the show and post a review on your blog. However, if you cannot make it out the night of the show, we can arrange a visit between you and Tim prior in order for you to view his works.

    I can provide further information about Tim or the show upon request.
    Thank you so much in advance for your help.

  3. Byron Dudley December 10, 2009 / 8:15 pm

    Very nice blog!

    It’s nice to see someone else striving, creating. You’ve got tons of great, interesting content. Best of luck to you in the future, Byron


    p.s. if you liked Akira’s “Dreams”
    You’ might like Masaki Kobayashi’s “Kwaidan” 1964

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