Some special items have been added to the shop – wooden print boxes. There are five available in various sizes. Each one is black-stained wood, mounted with a different print, varnished and lined with velvet inside. Right now they’re one-of-a-kind but I’m open to producing more depending on demand. Get them here.
It’s finally ready, something that’s been simmering for a few years. From Darkness: The Space Helmet Paintings 2010-2015 is a compilation of over 40 works that make up the meat of this series beginning with strictly black and white with just the male and female characters, then the addition of color and animals. It feels … Read More
Along with streamlining this website I’m feeling a necessary consolidation of my artistic practice. How can I shift my process to produce a result that has a more focused purpose? Something beyond following this crazy narrative, leaving behind a trail of odd sized canvases soaked with effort and wonder. To have self contained objects of … Read More
I was excited to be invited to Houston Berry’s curatorial debut “Expressions of Speed” at Wonderland SF this summer. It was a nice opportunity to create with a medium that I enjoy only periodically – I’ve played around with Sculpey and other types of clay before but this was by far my most detailed … Read More
Some new photography has been added to the photography section, like this one from my series of supernatural creeps taken in the Alabama Hills in California’s Eastern Sierras.
Here’s a detail of a piece just completed and varnished. It’s so satisfying to get back to larger paintings. The background is one I’ve painted before but much smaller. One of my favorite corners in the Tenderloin. Acrylic on canvas.
‘La Casa Cosmica’ was painted for the 6 Year Anniversary show Simply Frida at Wonderland in San Francisco. All works we’re naturally tributes to Frida Kahlo and I wanted combine the look of atomic era “propaganda” art with a space background and morphing Frida’s iconic hair flowers into a bloom of nebulas. Opens July 16th … Read More