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This is my tribute to the amazing David Bowie. I did it as a skull because I wanted to try something different than my usual portraits.* The idea comes from his album Aladdin Sane during my favorite era of Bowie, his Ziggy Stardust years. It is loud and beautiful, like that album. The scheme was […]
This painting is loud and proud, just like the man himself! Evel embodied the late sixties in America: reckless, wild and innocent! He was crazy and calculated, the the hero of every boy at that time. There is a great book written about him by Leigh Montville called, Evel. I used two different images for […]
Everybody from my business manager to my favorite bar tender has asked me why I haven’t done a portrait of the Oklahoma City Thunder. “It will sale like crazy” they all said. And they could be right, but I have two rules I use to draw by, never jump on a band wagon (which I […]
This is not a portrait of the superhero of the same name, but the name of Peter Fonda’s character in the wild movie “Easy Rider”. When I first saw this movie, it rattled my, at the time, right wing brain. I thought it was entertaining but full of hippy propaganda. But the older I got, […]
Of all the Planet of the Ape movies, Beneath The Planet of the Apes is my favorite. It is totally off the charts! The best character is the gorilla General Ursus, played by the amazing James Gregory. His best scene is a speech he gives about the evils of humans, accumulating with the amazing line, […]
Badassery is many things and varies from person to person. It’s what makes your insides explode sending adrenaline through your body. It can be a mind blowing action movie with explosions, fights, and epic car chases. It’s the way you feel when seeing the lines of a muscle car pull up next to you in traffic. It’s the excitement from a great song that makes you throw your hands in the air.
Come to Studio 3108 on June 30, 2016. I am the featured artist of a group show, and I will be showing artwork from the last year.
Special thanks to Micah Moad and Charles Davis