I’ll be part of an upcoming show called – Hey You Guys! A Group Art Tribute To The 80’s.
My piece is an homage to the classic days of Dungeons & Dragons. I spent many hours painting miniatures and pouring over my Monster Manual. Therefore, the best way for me to pay tribute was to do my take on a classic monster – The Beholder!
Below is the framed piece that will be available along with 10 prints (very-very limited edition) at the show opening February 21st.
More show information:
Cricket Press has organized a group art show titled, Hey You Guys! – a tribute to the 80‘s. We’ve invited a group of area artists to participate in this, our very first group exhibit in our Bread Box Studios space. We’ve encouraged participating artists to interpret and riff on this theme however they see fit; 80’s pop culture references, movies, video games, comic books, fashion, fads, toys, tv shows, music, etc.
This show will be held at the Cricket Press Studio+Gallery at 501 West Sixth Street, Suites 185 Lexington, Kentucky 40508. The show will run from Feb. 21st – March 31st. The opening reception will be during Lexington’s first Gallery Hop of 2014, Friday, February 21st from 5:00pm to 9:00pm.
Third and final in the series – Yellow House.
Second in a series – Blue House.
I’ve updated the shop with my newest piece, “Red House”. It’s my first piece in a smaller format at 5×7 inches. Same ink and paper quality, but now in a smaller size. Keep an eye out for more small format works soon.
Over the last few weeks I have been interested in historical images of the 1930s Dust Bowl. The logical thing for me to do was to create a new piece. One that I call “Red House”.
I’ve finished my latest piece – Ferocity 5. Prints and framed works will be made available this week.
I’ve recently been obsessed with vintage firework packaging and old playing cards. Those objects are my inspiration for my next piece, one that I am calling “Ferocity 5”. Below is a work-in-progress of the piece.
Below is a cello piece that I created in December for an avid musician. It’s one of the larger pieces that I have finished, measuring 24 by 36 inches.
I’ll have my work at the wonderful Bandwagon Merch this coming First Friday along with a grouping of other local Kansas City artists. I hope to see you all out there.
My local comic shop turns 20 years old this month. I’m offering up this limited run print in tribute. Only 20 copies to this edition. Contact – http://elitecomics.wordpress.com/