Since September 28, 2007 this has been my own little hobby version of social media but less interactive. It’s somewhat of a social soliloquy.

Ed’s ArtSite resides on IONOS web hosting internet servers at web address https://eds-art.net… The content and format has changed a great deal since its start. Especially at the beginning of 2020 after I retired.

Freedom’s elation and the Covid-19 pandemic “sheltering in place” created a lot of “free” time and it was a website publishing paradigm shift when I discovered how to create text hyperlinks.

In July 2022, I switched to WordPress as my web publishing tool in order to take advantage of its blog features.

On November 18, 2023, I changed the website name from Ed’s Art Net to Ed’s ArtSite and my tagline to “Casting to the Net”. The web address remains https://eds-art.net


I’m a wacky doodle mutt.

Sometimes I make up words. It’s a free country. At least it was in my youth. So I learned to think freely from the 1950’s and 1960’s culture that I was growing up in. I learned proper behavior from black and white TV shows.

I like to call myself a commonologist. I like it because it reflects my demeanor. “Common…” because I am no better or worse than anyone I have ever met or heard of except One. And I’m an “…ologist” because I’m a fundamentally curious creature with a whimsical knack for the obvious. A “commonologist” – I like to believe that I share those traits with a lot of people.

I identify simply as a retired working family man. I’ve worked many odd jobs and more than one profession.

My good friend Travis once asked if I thought God’s purpose for me was to be a teacher. I loved the question. Travis knows that I have some strong opinions. He loves me anyway! 😎

At my core, I’m an artist… not a teacher. I simply want you to feel good. I hope that something you see, read or feel from this website and its links, helps you in some good way like it helps me.

Casting to the Net
favorite book – Job
Questions: ed@eds-art.net

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