Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Society of Illustrator's #53

One of the starting images of my self-published book, "The Angry Winter" has been selected for the 53rd Society of Illustrators Annual Exhibition! I'm very excited and honored to be counted in such a great lineup of work among other great artists. Here's to a first of many!

If you haven't had a chance to catch me at a convention or in person, take a look at my website, and please order a copy of the book. I'm into my second print run, and rapidly heading towards my third, so there might be a slight delay in shipping.

Saturday, October 2, 2010

The Angry Winter

My first order of books are arriving, and I will be selling them at A.P.E. 2010 in San Francisco. Come by my table (I'm #291) and say hi, pick up your copy, and I'll happily sign or do a little sketch. I'll also be selling small prints and posters and whatnot, as will my friend Dusty Divine, sharing table space with me.

Once the convention is over, I'll be setting up booksales via my website, so stay tuned!

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Painting from Sunday

Most of you know that I'm a churchgoer, and I think a few of you know that I go to a somewhat different sort of place. Part of our form of expression is the arts, so, here's a piece I was working on this last Sunday morning. Fun atmosphere to create in, surrounded by motion, dance and music...

Acrylic, 30 x 40. Going to do a little more, then move to a layer of oils to finish. I want a pet owl.

Saturday, May 1, 2010

Monday, January 18, 2010

Progress of le girl

Another layer, though now she looks like she's about to sneeze, rather than a very slight smile. Think I'll finish it in another sitting when it's dry. So good to be mucking about with oils again.

Saturday, January 9, 2010

Trying to remember what to do with oils...

A quick little oil sketch, 30 minutes or so. It's more orange in the photo than it should be, but I don't have the best light for photos at the moment.

And the start of a little portrait study of my girlfriend. Like the other painting, also more yellow/orange than it really is.