When I started this 72 inch tall painting.
where you have to walk away for a while and build more stretcher bars so you don’t screw up your painting and keep objectivity.
Even though now there’s so much content that I can’t keep track of it all and nothing seems special.
And I’m still working away on this painting
The last few pages of my Sketch Book Project before shipping it back to the Brooklyn Art Libaray! Here’s some of my favorites thus far.
new ideas in the works.
Update on the piece I’m working on for my August exhibition.
In the slim chance I actually get juried into the Cherry Creek Arts Featival I thought I would do a ton of small paintings. Here’s the first batch of 3 in x 3 in lucky rabbits feet. Still need to paint batches of burning matches, ocular prosthetics, and fireworks.
Never paint 6 - 1/2 inch figures, you’ll burn through five brushes and and never fully realize the faces.
Is just as miserable as you would imagine it is.
Finished up this re-imagined version of Buffalo Bill Cody now it's time to get started on my 2018 show with Core New Art Space.
At this stylized version of Buffalo Bill Cody, trying not to get bummed out by the wackness of Instagram and the cookie cutter Denver art scene.
just playing around some ideas I've had forever but didn't know if I could execute.
48 in x 48 in, first panel of a diptych from my all new series of paintings. Santa Fe Dr is closed tonight for the biggest first Friday of the year!
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.
A .44 magnum snub nose revolver.
Shout out to the elite Americans who keep getting rich on the back of the working class.
In the studio, working on this painting of a falling fox.