Saturday, October 11, 2008

The Shooting Gallery

I have 7 new paintings going up at the Shooting Gallery in San Francisco
the opening from 7-11pm
October 11th 2008

you can view the preview here

I'll be attending

Thursday, August 21, 2008

Crazy For Cult show

Gallery 1988
Hosts the second Crazy For Cult show on Friday August 22nd
doors open at 7 pm

should be lots of fun

Thursday, August 7, 2008

The Bride of Stan

Here's a link to the Pressure Printing Blog for a complete description of how the print was created.
They did a wonderful job with the printing.

The Bride of Stan is now available exclusively through Hi-Fructose magazine's website

Tuesday, July 22, 2008

I'll be at the San Diego Comic-Con

I'll be releasing a new print through Hi-Fructose Magazine and Pressure Printing
I think they did a wonderful job, . . . it's an hand-pressed Intaglio print
an edition size of 50
each print is signed numbered and framed in a reproduction frame with convex glass

I'll be signing small prints exclusively for the show at the Hi-Fructose table Saturday July 26th at 1:30pm

for a complete list of artist signings at Hi-Fructose check the website

Thursday, June 26, 2008

The Great Gugga Mugga

Discovered in South America at the turn of the last century, this rare Krampus had been in hiding since the great nostril incident at Stockholm in 1895.
During the holiday season, he would punish the wicked by inserting his thumb and index finger into the nostrils and lifting his victims off the ground several times.
The after effects are a harsh facial disfigurement with super-sized nostrils.

Tuesday, June 24, 2008

New Works in Shows this July

At Roq La Rue Gallery the 10th Anniversary Show July 11th

At Copro Nason Gallery in Santa Monica the Hi Fructose Show July 12th

At Gallery 1988 in San Francisco a 4 person show with artists Joe Vaux, Brandt Peters and Scott Scheidly opening July 18th

Saturday, April 19, 2008

Prints now available through Circus Posterus

These signed and numbered limited editions are available through

Thursday, March 13, 2008

Roq La Rue Show

The Great Woolly Krampus

He sneaks up on his victims and surprises them with a passionate kiss on the lips.
This is no small feat, since he stands at almost 3 meters in height.
Once his lips make contact, a quick hair-growing affliction ensues, usually covering their entire body with hair (much like "cousin It" on the Addams Family)
During the holiday season, large balls of hair roll through Bavarian towns like tumbleweeds.

Opening up on April 11th,
I'll be sharing a double-headliner at the mighty Roq La Rue Gallery in Seattle
with artist Femke Heimstra and her remarkable acrylic paintings.

I'm very excited about this show, . . .It will be the largest collection of my paintings on display ever.
I'll be attending.

Sunday, January 20, 2008

Sneak Peek from the next exhibition

I've been binge-painting again, . . . not much sleep, . . . but happy with the results thus far. I thought I'd post one of the paintings going to the next exhibition.

He is Sad Mr Grimace

I wanted to show a subtle sadness to his expression and also maintain the level of kindness in his face that I like to imply in most of the characters that I paint.

He's part of a family of underground dwellers that usually live under old oak trees.
They usually don't like to pose for photographs because the flash makes their hair stand up.

Tuesday, January 8, 2008

What's next

I'm gearing up for my next show at Roq La Rue gallery in Seattle, . . .it will be the largest exhibition of my work to date, . . .and I'm really excited! The other artist exhibiting there that month, is Femke Hiemstra. Her work is remarkable, . . .I may have to buy one of her pieces before she gets too big.

It will be in the month of April 2008.