New Painting: Equinox

This painting was completed during my Akron Soul Train residency, so technically not that new, but made in 2019 and it hasn't been widely circulated. "Equinox" 30x30 inches, oil on canvas. A lot of bits and pieces in this painting were created in 3D modeling software (which I am still getting the hang of) and… Continue reading New Painting: Equinox

The Restrooms of Cleveland, the Book

After quite a few years, the photo book that I have slowly been working on is now available! You can order here. Which I recommend, as this will be a limited 1x run and, it has already exceeded my expectations. I'm a little disturbed by this fact. Clevelanders love their Clevelanding, man. There comes a… Continue reading The Restrooms of Cleveland, the Book

How My Paintings Continue to Evolve

My solo exhibition "Soft Sugars" is now available via Artsy and BoxHeart Gallery in Pittsburgh. The show is up until August 23rd. I made a little video talking about my painting process and how the whole thing keeps evolving. https://youtu.be/MV57VG1y7OA As you will be able to tell, I kind of gave up trying to paint… Continue reading How My Paintings Continue to Evolve

“Soft Sugars” Solo Exhibition

Dollop, 18x18" oil on linen While I have a few shows on their way to be de-installed, my newest solo show "Soft Sugars" is on at BoxHeart Gallery in Pittsburgh, PA. My last show with BoxHeart was about a decade ago and it was of my punk rocker portraits. I'm happy they let me go… Continue reading “Soft Sugars” Solo Exhibition

Spring Art Exhibits: Fabulism and Ornate Acids

I have a few shows on view in Ohio that are pretty terrific. Cleveland: Now thru June 28th “Fabulism: Meta-facts and fictions” at Worthington Yards, Cleveland, Ohio. Curated by Liz Maugans. Join me with artists Laura Bidwell, Kristen Cliffel, Meng-Hsuan Wu, Claudio Orso, Dante Rodriguez, Omid Tavakoli, and Antwoine Washington exhibit in Fabulism: metafact and… Continue reading Spring Art Exhibits: Fabulism and Ornate Acids

Artists I Like Right Now: Cats! Felines! Kitties!

I thought I'd share a bunch of contemporary artists who also like painting felines, as well as Flemish painter of some very Baroque animals.