Sophia, 2014: Acrylic on panel, 11x14”.
A recent commissioned portrait.
Holler Out, 2014. Ink and digital color, 12.5x12.5”
I am happy to announce Thunder and Rain has just launched a kickstarter for their debut album, Holler Out. This is the cover art I illustrated for the album. T&R is a great local bluegrass band, check out the Kickstarter here and their website here.
What I’m Working on, September 2014:
1. Some collage work which is mostly stupid, but makes me happy.
2. An album cover for a local band. This is a teeny preview, but expect to see the finished piece by the end of next month.
3. A commissioned portrait in acrylic.
I’m cutting up pieces of paper, interpreting music visually and arranging pigment suspended in an acrylic polymer emulsion into forms that may remind viewers of a human face.
Hat hat snake
The beginning of some paintings I just finished.
Alley cat progress shot.
Alley Cat! It’s been a while since I made a relief print, but I had fun. I have some process pics on this I may post later.
Alley Cat Patch, 2014. Linocut on fabric, 5x7”
Vickie and I are getting subconscious messages from each other or something, because I made a cat patch as well. Mine is much less regal. I’ve been referring to this design as “Bad Pussy,” but my mom reads this blog, so…Alley Cat.
My roommate and I had a little housewarming party on Saturday and broke in our blackboard with this collaborative piece by momakesthings, chris-loge-illustration and myself.
Where, What, Where, 2014. Acrylic on MDF, 8”x20”
I made my own version of Paul Gaugin’s Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going? And this is what happened. If it isn’t obvious, I took inspiration from my new surroundings for the landscape as well as some of the figures.
Ew, there’s Visser in my Gaugin!