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Win this 8×8″ framed original painting!


Howdy Folks. Wanna win this 8×8 framed original painting of my friend Zero? From now until NOON Sunday 9/14 spend $50 or more on my store page and you are automatically entered to win! EASY PEASY EYEBALL SQUEEZEY!

Long Hair Don’t Care print


Garfield doesn’t like Mondays. Guess who doesn’t care about them?…Long Hair doesn’t. Long Hair Don’t Care is now available as a 12.25″ x 12.25″ print (Fits perfectly in standard vinyl record frames!) GET IT HERE.

St Elmo’s Fire…He’s Back!



St. Elmo’s Fire is back! The larger version of this print sold out a while ago, but due to popular demand I’ve decided to release an 8×10 version of it. Even better, FROM NOW UNTIL SUNDAY, AUGUST 24th, you can get him for free with any order over $45! He’s ready to go and available on the store page.

 

Blasphemous Nature comes to Upper Playground PDX


If you’re in the Portland area on August 7th, come check out the opening of my solo show Blasphemous Nature.

“BLASPHEMOUS NATURE” is a collection of new paintings chronicling a bizarre place where the line between Mother Nature and the mechanical world has been blurred and broken. The show will be on display at Portland’s Upper Playground Gallery, opening on August 7th from 6-9 PM.

With this new body of work I am continuing to focus on my fascination with animal/machinery hybrids. There are so many unanswered questions I have about them. Is this a not so distant future reality? A terrible road we should never go down? How do I make the Killer Whale a more efficient killer? Can the marlin and shark be even faster hunters, more dangerous to their only predators, man? If the bees continue to disappear, should we design a replacement to pick up where they left off? Or do we accept our fate and stop toying with Mother Nature since that is what got us into trouble in the first place. I’m continuing to play mad scientist in a lab that should never really exist. Oh, and there’s a few fire breathing cats in there, because…why not.

And I’ll be doing a little mural in the gallery, I hope to see you there! The show runs from August 7th through October 1st.