Hanging with Sasquatch

This photo was taken in the late 70’s – I was 18 or 19. I learned what I could about  latex rubber and molds and created this 7 foot tall Sasquatch…he hung around for several years and came to Ann Arbor with me, holding court in the group ouse I shared with other art students. We dressed him up at parties and he was a hit. His head remained for several years after the body fell apart…and moved with me to DC.  

Star Trek Saturday…

“Boldly Going” 2009 We’ve been catching up on Picard…made me think about this one I did for Yuri’s Night exhibit in DC 

Liberty Takes a Holiday 2003

“Liberty Takes a Holiday” 2003. This was painting during the run up for the disastrous  Iraq war and exhibited in a show at the Warehouse Gallery called “Propaganda of War”  – the republicans lied their way into that war – and it all feels very familiar. #arlingtoncemetary #oilwars 

What’s Happening Now

With the holidays upon us, I’m working on a few things. I just posted one of my paintings for the Last Holiday Starkillers exhibit. This is the last one we’ll do as a nod to the final Star Wars film. I’ll be varnishing, framing, delivering and hanging this week. I’m also getting holiday orders out, thanks everyone for your patience. My biggest priority the last few weeks was finishing up work for the Starkillers exhibit. 

I’m also getting work ready to ship out to the Woody Shimko Gallery in Palm Springs. I’m very excited about this venture and will be sending 4 paintings out to start with. Three are new and not been exhibited.

  Other news…I’ve been listening to the Tim Ferris podcast – very inspiring. I’ve focus on art for most of my life and not business. He interviews successful artists, athletes, and business folks from all walks of life and I’m picking up some ideas on how to handle my website and reach out to everyone a bit more.  As always, big thanks to everyone for their ongoing support.

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