Julia Bork made this book more than a year ago. i just figured out how to put it up for sale here tonight though. its forty pages and all full color with stories and photos of the best work of 2007. I should be doing one for 2008 soon, shouldn't I?
Wednesday, December 10, 2008
Sunday, December 7, 2008
Thanks for everyone who came through to the opening at false front. We had fun. Thanks especially to Jason and Amber for inviting me to show there. The show will be up until Dec 31 and more shots are on thier way. Also check out www.falsefrontstudio.com for the complete catalog. happy holidays everybody!
Tuesday, December 2, 2008
Sunday, September 7, 2008
The next "big" plan is to currate a group show at Tiny's on MLK in April 2009. All artists are doing four pieces no bigger than a breadbox. Pending themes: Lifecycles, Animal Sex, Animals at Work, Something Being Overtaken or Magic Plants....negotiations are in progress.
Monday, August 18, 2008
Its halfway through August already...Ive got a show hanging at le Merde 301 SE 3rd and Morrison...and a new baby boy named Ursa...thats the news...or at least thats some news...Huge thanks to Jason Brown and Chris Habberman for being such awesome hosts and organizers at the Goodfoot and at the paint jam...and thanks to everyone who bought art and came out to see it at all last month...I sold almost everything from the show...it was an awesome show and a great experience...
Monday, May 5, 2008
I am really excited to put up my new paintings and constructions at the Goodfoot...Giant bird wing sculptures and dream markets...and more animal paintings...bigger and better animal paintings folks, bigger and better...because the recipe for success never calls for smaller and crappier...it just doesn't...and along that line of thinking I am making a new new years resolution even though its May...I will keep up on this blog more thouroughly...this I promise and if I should fail in my duties here than I will erase this posting and nobody will know I had set that kind of goal...see how that works guys...shoot for the stars...cause if you fall short, theres a good chance noone will notice...especially considering it will take years for the light of the stars you may have shot at to reach earth...you could just wait till the big next super-nova to show up in the science pages of the Oregonian and be like "oh yeah. I got it...that was the one I was shooting for!"
at May 05, 2008
This last year has brought me all kinds of opportunities for growth. At this ripe old age I would say that heartbreak ...
Big thanks to Portland and the Pacific Northwest for staying inspiring and supporting scrappy, goofball artists like me.I thought it might be fun to see a big commission piece from beginning to end. This is a 4x4 panel of the amazing prehistoric giant elk, me...
Before After I don't even know if it's an improvement but I just have to go back and fix it so it's consistent. Twelve hours lat...