Thursday, March 31, 2011

New Site

Thanks to Matthew at Dr. Sandwich, I have a new site up and running- and as soon as I get the past couple years worth of work properly documented, it'll be up to date. I've got somewhere around forty or fifty paintings from the past couple years to share with y'all. Some of them you've seen in some form on this blog page, some of them have been tucked away except for studio visits.

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Still Working

I don't update much (at all) lately, but I'm still painting. Sooner or later, I'll get my actual website running and then I won't look so lazy for not posting all the time.

Since my previous post, I'd say I've made about a dozen more pictures and have even more in the works. And get this- many of the new ones aren't in square format. Whoa! Did I just blow your mind, or what?

Saturday, April 10, 2010

Here's a few more.

Again, we'll get the lighting right later. Or better yet- you should see them in person sometime and not even look at these pics.

Sozin's Comet ^

Galan of Taa Emerging from the Cosmic Egg ^

Thursday, April 8, 2010

Long Time Comin'

We'll work on the lighting later. I just wanted to give you an idea. (My Mac crashed, I lost Photoshop, so I can't just 'shop the levels like I normally would here.)

Spring Fling ^

They're all Still 24in x 24in on wood panel with graphite, marker, water soluble colored pencil, acrylic and urethane. They were all made in the past 9 months, give or take.

Aside from Spring Fling these are not yet titled.

Sunday, March 7, 2010


Daryl Hannah at Manifest Equality standing in front of my painting of the show's logo.

This image was originally published online by LA Weekly.

Friday, March 5, 2010

A pretty good month for me.

I've got 20 paintings hanging in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY right now. There's 7 at the Mark Bar (1025 Manhattan Ave, near Green Street) and 13 at TBD, just a block away (corner of Green and Franklin). There will be some kind of closing reception for this "Greenpoint Bar Residency." I'll post about it once return to the East Coast.

I'm also happy to say that I've got a painting in LA right now at the Manifest Equality show. These productions are a pleasure to experience and I recommend that you attend these events when they come to your region. If you run a search on the show, you can even see my painting in some of the installation shots published by the LA Times.

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Sometimes I Just Paint Over It

(as of yet untitled)
Primer, Graphite, Marker, Watercolor Pencil, Acrylic and Urethane
on wood panel
21" x 21"