Hey everyone! First, a quick reminder that there are just a few hours left to snag a limited edition print of my piece "Interesting Specimen" through Spoke Art Gallery's online print shop, The People's Printshop. The sale ends tonight, after which this painting won't be printed probably ever again - so get it while it's hot! 30 bucks gets you a framed print, a piece of history and a special place in my heart! http://store.thepeoplesprintshop.com/
Also, I'll have a drawing in the upcoming "I believe in Unicorns too!" show at WWA Gallery in Culver City. If you're in the LA area, come by the opening tomorrow and get happy!
Greetings everyone!! A very limited edition of prints is now available through Spoke Art Gallery's online printshop, The People's Printshop. At $20 unframed and $30 framed, and all hand-numbered, these are an absolute steal. These bad boys are only available for 11 days, so get it while they're hot!
New year, new paintings! here's a sketch for a new piece for an upcoming show at Spoke Art in San Francisco that I'll be participating in, along with Ruel Pascual, Roland Tomayo and Mandy Tsung.
This is the first draft of the sketch - in the final the swans are going to be disintegrating into the air with feathers and guts and stuff coming out. It's actually a very personal piece but I'll explain about that later... I've had this idea in my head for ages and am excited that it's finally coming to life.
Happy new year! Stay posted for more on this and other works coming up!
I made this as a Christmas gift for a very special snow leopard. Sculpey and acrylic paint, about 10 inches in length. I came up with a really cute name for it the other day but now I can't remember what it was.
Hi! So, I've been working away the past week or two on a spirit animal as a Christmas gift for an awesome somebody. Sculpting is super fun because I'm never really sure what the results will be except that I'll probably make a huge mess and end up bleeding at one point or another during the process. A recipe for success!
I started with an aluminum foil and wire base to keep the shape, and then sculpted on top of that. It was hard to make it kind of chubby and cute without being too top heavy, so I ended up playing with the proportions a lot.