Greetings I am Gavion E. Chandler~, a playwright and artist. I have a collection of works that i have written, from plays, novels, poems, short stories and children stories. I have created series of artworks for various projects,
I have yet to be officially published,but currently I working to create my own theatre company (BLACK TENT PRODUCTIONS) BTP and we are currently working towards our goal to put on our first original production. We just put up our website and you can visit us at blacktentproductions.org and see what we are up to.
My education is a mystery all unto itself, I have studied marketing, Public Relations,, writing, art, and sociology as well as Auto Cad. No particular degree, just well rounded in my education.
You can see my artwork and thoughts I share at www.madchandler.weebly.com and my writings at http://www.writers-network.com/index.cgi?m=1&do=profile&who=13962
I always believe that we as artists, no matter what form or medium can make a difference, because we armed with a simple wondrous and terrible thing... it's called an idea and with that we can change the face of a nation and that vision on Man as we envision it to be, or not to be.
Gavion E. Chandler~
'Man is his own devil.'
Unique traits: I am a fellow of a particular vision where 'Man' in all his wonder and all his horror perplexes me and intrigues me and such thoughts come to manifest in my art, no matter what form it may come to take on.
The Cigarette Burn Drama THE CIGARETTE BURN The Cigarette Burn: leaving in its wake the seared and flaky flesh of the most delicate and conscientious of observers. So the chain-smoking, coffee imbibing “man without a name” informs us. Angry and half mad, but entirely ‘rational’, “Just Joe” (the closest that we get to a name- albeit in joke form) pits himself as the calm observer of humanity . He does this even as the melodrama of life as we know it plays itself out behind him and he screams at the top of his rasper voice. Another interesting character is the non-static server. He’s capable of matching he sardonic pessimism of “Joe”, yet acts to subvert the serious gravity with which our nameless one hits- something which he does with an acidic irony and, as times, a naivety. Play By: Gavion E Chandler~ Synopsis By: Daniel Mollenkamp *'Man is his own devil.'*