Friday, June 29, 2007

The Uncle

There's something to be said about being a "Monkey's Uncle"
This piece is available through Gallery 1988

Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Ophelia, Another Queen of the Sea Monkeys

After much consideration,
I decided to paint the original sketch I had for the Sea Monkey Queen

Monday, June 18, 2007

The Choker

After a long holiday season of punishing the "misbehaved" by choking or squeezing them, . . . this Krampus spends the "off" season gardening and landscaping. They can be seen at a Home Depot or Lowe's buying lumber and shrubs.
However, . . .many of them are still open to be employed as chokers or stranglers, . . .their services can be acquired for a nominal fee that usually includes lunch.

Friday, June 15, 2007


Sketch for new Krampus piece

Monday, June 11, 2007

the great mailbox incident of 2007

On Friday I went Williamsburg, Brooklyn to deliver some artwork for the upcoming Art Dorks show at McCaig-Welles Gallery on Roebling St and then onto Manhattan to meet up with an artist agent to discuss some work I may be doing(I just needed to see if the work was within the realm of possibility for me)
After a long day of driving in and out of NYC I get home and go to sleep. It must have been a really deep sleep, . . .because when i woke up the following day I was told that someone had gone through my neighborhood and wrecked a bunch of mailboxes and chopped down some trees. I was really surprised I slept through the damage. They had attacked my mailbox with an ax (the cut marks were clearly visible) Rotten ax-wielding kids!!
I spent my Saturday re-constructing my mailbox just like about half my neighbors had the same problem, . . .I hear it was even worse around the block.

Saturday, June 2, 2007

new painting

This is the first version of "Amelia, Queen of the Sea Monkeys"

it's 16"x20" acrylic on board