EN TID Å SPILLE, according to Google Translate, is Norweigan for “A Time to play”. Why Norweigan? No reason. I just liked it.
I’ve always loved music and guitars, having spent many years as a music minister, choir director and worship pastor, which gave me ample opportunity to play. I even played professionally for a summer back in the mid-70s. I picked up a guitar at 12 years old, and over a few years, got fairly decent at playing. But the hard truth is I’m not significantly better now than I was then.
Poster size is 18 x 24, and is available for purchase. Drop me a line if you’d like one.
I’m the world’s worst at picking my own stuff to show. But I did manage to pull together a few things. Most are just as they were published, but a few are like “director’s cuts”, with my own improvements. Some things are unpublished, shown just for fun. If you see something you like, drop me a line and let me know. Also, check out more current work at broderickadvertising.com or the social media links below. I am solely responsible for errors and/or omissions, but— I take zero responsibility for them, ’cause life’s too short to worry about such things.