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03 April 2012

Seven Deadly Sins

The Carousal of the Vices

The Carousal of the Vices. Ink and paper on wood panel. Framed. 20” x 15.75”
For the Seven Deadly Sins group show at Rothick Art Haus. Opening 4.14.12

12 December 2011

A Moose, A Bear and an Assortment of Weapons

California Black Bear

All  new pieces created for the group show 'Trash' that just ended last week. Each piece was originally part of a shelving unit found in a dumpster.  Each shelf was removed, stained, and paper was applied to the background before painting the image on the top.

More shows at Hold Up Art to be announced soon...

California Black Bear
.357 Magnum
North American Moose
A Grouping of Arrows
are all ink and paper on repurposed wood shelving, various sizes.

.357 Magnum
North American Moose
A Grouping of Arrows

04 November 2011

A New Map of North America

Based on maps made around the 1850s. 
Ink on found fence boards.  29.5" x 34"

Part of my new collection of art for Trash premiering tomorrow night. 

02 November 2011

North Western Moose

North Western Moose

One of eleven brand new pieces for Trash at Hold Up Art Starting this weekend. To follow the theme used for this show, I actually pulled apart and used a bunch of shelves found in the trash for this painting and the three others like it. The framing around each shelf was stained and the shelf tops were covered in old dictionary pages, which was then the surface I painted each picture on.

Only three more days!

26 October 2011


Indian Warrior

One of my small acrylic transfers for the upcoming show Trash at Hold Up Art Gallery in Los Angeles. acrylic transfer on found wood. 2.25" x 1.75"

14 October 2011


Trash. November 5, 2011 at Hold Up Art

New show coming up November 5th with all new artwork and a bunch of amazing talent. Other artists in this show include:

Cody Lusby, Alex Chui, Craig 'Skibs' Barker, Kelly Castillo, Matthew Hodges, Noel Paris, Ryan Pratt, and Kilby Rodell. Each name is linked to their website so you can check them out. More information under 'Events'.

12 September 2011

The Spool is Unwinding


"The law can be stood on its head. When your ten years are up they can say, 'Here's another ten for you.' Or exile you.Yet there were times when you thought about it and you almost choked with excitement. Yes, your term really is coming to an end; the spool is unwinding..."-from One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich by Aleksander Sozlhenitsyn.

The Spool is Unwinding is ink, acrylic, and newspaper on wood panel. 24" x 36"

Masters of this House


" I wish you welcome, comrades peasants! You come here not as guests, but as masters of this house, which holds the heart of the Russian Revolution. The will of millions of workers is now concentrated in this hall... There is now only one master of the Russian land: the union of the workers, soldiers and peasants..."
-Leon Trotsky. 1917. As quoted from John Reed's 10 Days that Shook the World

Peasants protesting the Tsarist regime and the bourgeois power over them.
The banner in the painting reads: Death to Freedom.

Masters of this House is ink and newspaper on wood panel. 72" x 36"

Masters of this House

By Hundreds and Thousands


"The solemn proletariat revolutionaries with rifles half smile at the viewer as the series of seven post-card-sized drawings of a murder of crows exhibited above the painting look as if they're flying over the revolutionary's heads, lending exhilaration and movement to the freedom the men are fighting for." -from Dave Barton's review You Say You Want a Revolution?, OC Weekly 9.2.2011

I thought that was an interesting way of putting it. The only thing I want to add is that the crows lend an ominous for boding of a dark future that, at the moment seems so bright and free during their victorious revolution.

By Hundreds and Thousands is ink, acrylic, book pages on wood panel. 42.5" x 28"
Each crow above is ink and newspaper on wood panel. 4.5" x 6.5".

read more of that article here.

the Revolutionaries (working title)