Thursday, January 28, 2010

Brownstones to Red Dirt

I was honored to be invited to take part in a great project called Brownstones to Red Dirt. In short it connects kids from different parts of the world to be pen pals. Check out the site and the blog where post cards done by an impressive list of artists are posted. Here is my humble offering.

Sunday, January 24, 2010


Sorry for the length between posts. First week of school kinda took something out of me. This painting is for another show at Gallery Nucleus.
It's an Alice in Wonderland tribute that opens February 27th. How could I say no to that? The title is "Dude, What are You Wearing?" and it's 5x7 inches acrylic on copper. I will also do one or two more.

Sunday, January 17, 2010


I really wasn't sure how to post this. I had a few requests for the article in Boise Magazine so here it is. I hope you all can read it. Actually I hope you even care. By the way there were several more really nice reproductions of my work to go along with the text.

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Narwhal Rain (the painting)

The painting the world has been waiting for. Well maybe not the world. This is for a show, at the Society of Illustrators Museum of Illustration NY, called Earth: Fragile Planet. It was an honor being invited to exhibit. The show is not for awhile but I finished early in order to move on to other things. It is 12x16 inches acrylic on panel.

Monday, January 11, 2010

Boise (Journal)

For you Boiseans the Boise (formerly Boise Journal) magazine did a great article about me. Erin Ryan wrote it and did a fantastic job. Kinda cool. The cover was a nice surprise. I've posted all of the artwork included here on my blog at some point but I can post the text if someone wants to read it. By the way the magazine is available at most places that sell magazines.

Saturday, January 9, 2010

Just Walkin' My Tree

I'm almost finished with the large painting but in the meantime I slip little ones like this in. 4x6 inches on copper.

Saturday, January 2, 2010


I'm feverishly working on a large painting for Earth:Fragile Planet at the Society of Illustrators NY. It's my first Narwhal Rain painting and I am pretty excited about how it's turning out. In the meantime here are a few sketchbook pages. My adult playground.