Published July 30, 2015
This posting is pretty late but I had fun drawing at Southern Exposure‘s Monster Drawing Rally. Thanks to MKC for the pics. I wanted to try something new. I made these cutout cat portraits.
We acquired this sweet Woodrow White piece while there. So good!
Published July 13, 2015
I repurposed an old sculpture from “The World Saving Device” show back in 2012 at The Hive. This guys has been sitting around my studio since then, and I figured I’d give him a new look and identity. The project turned out to be much more complicated than I expected, but I think it was worth the effort.
Published June 12, 2015
“Sexy Three-way” | Pencil on paper | 11″ x 14″ | 2015
At the Roll Up Gallery in SF tonight! Friday June 12, 2015, from 6:00 to 9:00pm, the opening reception for PULP: Weird Works on Paper. Artists include John Casey, Daryll Peirce, Jae Chan Lee, Jacqueline Cooper, Jennifer Schnell, and Rachel Houser.
Curated by: Kelsey Marie(The Midway) & Kate Kuaimoku
Roll Up Gallery
161 Erie Street, San Francisco, CA 94103415 496 6738
I will have these works in the show…
“Green Tears” | Pencil on paper | 11″ x 14″ | 2015
“Gloworm” | Pencil on paper | 11″ x 14″ | 2015
“Petal Peddler” | Pencil on paper | 11″ x 14″ | 2015
Published June 8, 2015
My buddy Joe Mur asked me if I’d like to make some big hands (apparently now a specialty of mine) for an upcoming tribute show to hip-hop duo Run The Jewels. I like making props. These are papier mache and some Magic Sculp. I used the hand graphics from RTJ’s most recent album.
Published May 19, 2015
Boxes front and back
Galerie Polaris and a number of other Paris galleries are hosting an art event in St. Briac, France titled “Partie de campagne” on June 5th till June 8th 2015. The folks at Polaris asked me if I could make art that could stand independently on a table top. These boxes are my solution. I used some nice panels made for me by Faultline Artspace. If you need panels in the Bay Area, check them out.
Published April 28, 2015
I was invited to create a circus freak character mural for a new music and art venue in SF called The Midway. Mike Shine created a 24′ high Barker character. There will be a total of nine freaks along with the Barker covering the side of The Midway warehouse building. I had a lot of fun making the Handyman!
Published April 14, 2015
David Polka hosted a new ‘zine release at Good Mother Gallery in Oakland. He also showed a nice bunch of drawings he’s been working on. I got one. Yay!!