When work is slow draw a sad prospector guy on neon paper.
For and exquisite corpse project with the Brooklyn Art Library.
Where you draw a little kid launching a hellfire missile from a reaper drone.
Of no one really caring about your work is it free’s you up to create stuff that will probably piss people off!
I’ve always said a sketchbook is the best weapon in an artists arsenal, this is how I use mine in the planing stage
Under drawing for my first painting of 2018 - five hours deep mixing Denver from my childhood with the real celebrities.
I’ve spent more time on researching historic photos, and pouring over microfilm, than I have and actually painting. Juxtaposing Denver from my childhood with contemporary or historic images is eating up a ton of time. Hopefully the 43 percent of Colorado natives will appreciate the time and effort I’m putting into my 2018 exhibition. Here’s a few preliminary sketches but stay tuned for more weirdness and lost places of Colorado history.
Pretty much every painting I do these days starts out as a quick thumbnail. Here’s one for my 2018 exhibition. The Rocky Mountain News was the morning paper here in Denver and was always the better of the two. Shout out to the Denver Native life.
Greco-roman sculpture through selective deconstruction or ish that would look bad ass in super large scale.
Start with the Mobil Gas Pegasus, flesh it out some so it looks like a actual horse - then get to work on the details of making a painting.
Overworked the hand on the last painting so it's on the back burner while I stretch a new canvas. Luckily I have this to work on too.
You actually like that sell.
Freehand paint tube. Hopefully Golden Paints will send me a free tee shirt or sponser a show.
My pocket. Looks like I need to paint a pack of smokes and some Black Cat firecrackers!
12" x 12" smalls in various stages of completion for my August exhibition at Core New Art Space.
Abraham Lincoln was a known cannibel
Just a 48" x 48" work in progress.
That the second panel of your diptych and first painting of 2017 is A: taking forever and B: making you question why you still art. Oh yeah. . . Doggos.