Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Lost Woods - October 2014


Starting Saturday, October 4, I will have a collection of new and old work on display at The Outlook Project (800 P Street, Suite 300, Lincoln NE). The show runs for three months and a percentage of the sales will go to support The Angel's Theatre Company here in Lincoln.

The show is part of The Outlook Project.

OPENING RECEPTION
Saturday, October 4
4:00-7:00 p.m.

If you are in the area, please stop by the opening reception on October 4. There will be snacks and refreshments and members of the Angels Company will be there to tell you more about their organization and upcoming productions. I will also be there, awkwardly trying to talk to people. PLUS, there will be a sale table with prints and cards (including the new Nancy Drew giclee). None of the new pieces are done yet (as per usual), but I will post previews once I get further along.

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THE ANGELS THEATRE COMPANY

Since 1992, The Angels Theatre Company has been creating engaging theatre to foster community partnerships, social awareness and change. Their work incorporates the timeless values of creativity, integrity, independent thinking, excellence, and diversity.

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THE OUTLOOK PROJECT

The Outlook Project provides new and established artists with space to exhibit their art and the opportunity to give something back to the community in which they live and work. Artists donate a percentage of their sales to a non-profit organization of their choosing, making Outlook Project exhibitions a collaborative, community event.

The Outlook Project’s exhibition space is housed in Fuse Coworking, a space where writers, technologists and other self-sustaining creatives can work in a professional, stimulating environment that provides standard workplace amenities like conference rooms, printers and, of course, coffee.

Monday, September 08, 2014

New Prints and New Arts

I'm back from PAX (more on that later) and have lots of new art for you, plus new giclee prints of "A Candle and A Clue" are now available in my etsy shop! The prints are signed and numbered and professionally printed on heavy cold press paper. Now for some new art!

"The Lady Honoria" (inspired by Barry Lyndon)
For  Spoke Art's Stanley Kubrick tribute show, on display in San Francisco through September 27.
Online Sale information coming soon. 

"Look Mister Bubbles, It's An Angel"
For Ltd. Gallery's PRESS START III show, on display in Seattle through October 5. SOLD

"Vampyr"
For Gallery1988's Joss Whedon show, on display in Los Angeles through September 27. 
The original is available HERE

Friday, August 22, 2014

September Show Trifecta

  REMEMBER: Friday, August 22 is the last day to use the code  
  BIRTHDAY in my Etsy shop to get 20% of your entire order (of $10 or more)!  

I have new work in three upcoming group shows which all open in the span of a week. Needless to say, this past week and upcoming weekend are a smidge insane. I do not have "getting things done early" skills.



First up is Ltd. Gallery's PRESS START III: TURBO EDITION show opening in Seattle on Friday, August 29 (and I actually get to go to the opening reception since I will be in town for PAX!) This year, their "Press Start" show is focusing on modern classics of video games, which is totally in my wheelhouse. I had a hard time narrowing down a subject since I have so many favorites, but I probably knew all along deep down that it was going to be Bioshock. It's always Bioshock with me. Here are a few work-in-progress shots:




I had to cut the little sister's head off briefly because of a problem with my layer-planning, but she's OK now. 




Opening the following weekend in Los Angeles is JOSS WHEDON x GALLERY1988, which as you may gather from the title, involves art based on the works of Joss Whedon. Here is a little sneak peak at that one:





And opening the following night will be Spoke Art's KUBRICK: AN ART SHOW TRIBUTE TO THE FILMS OF STANLEY KUBRICK in San Francisco. I don't have sneak preview images of this one since it is still in the early stages, but I decided to base mine on Barry Lyndon. Giant hair? Forlorn Ladies? Lacy Dresses? I'm down with all of that.