Lil BUB Art Show in SF

I’m currently working on a small painting for this show coming up at Spoke Art from Sept. 7th- 28th. It is Casey Weldon’s solo show, and a huge group show of the adorable internet sensation, Lil BUB the cat!

There is a book signing as well as a meet & greet with BUB at the gallery, but tickets must be purchased in advance. I wish I could fly out and meet her!

Don’t know who the magical cat is? Visit

L.A. Group Show: Wasted

This will be the first L.A. show I’ve been in for quite some time; it’s also the first time I created a painting while intoxicated pretty much the whole process! I thought it best to keep with the theme of the show. I was inspired by the hair style of “Helen Lawson” in the movie Valley of the Dolls, but I was also drinking a lot of gin. She’s one of those ladies who lunch kind of gals, don’t you think?

“Dahling!” 16×20″ oil on canvas….

The Great American Past Time
Curated by: Dave MacDowell

featuring works by:
Aaron Jasinski  Allison Reimold  Allison Sommers  Apricot Mantle  Arabella Proffer
Augie Pagan  Aunia Kahn  Big Toe  Bill McEvoy  Brandi Read  Brandon Steen
Buddy Nestor  Cameron Davis  Casey Weldon  Cate Rangel  Charles Wish
Chase Tafoya Chet Zar  Chris B. Murray  Chris Hoffman  Chris Marrs Piliero 
Chris Sheridan Christopher Umana  Craig LaRotonda  Crystal Barbre  Dan Barry 
Dan Harding Dan Quintana  Dark Vomit  Dave Cooper  David Chung  Edith Lebeau
Edward Robin Coronel  Erik Alos  Gabe Larson  Genevive Zacconi  Gregory Rodriguez
Jason Edmiston  Jeff Ramirez  Jessica Ward  John Park  John Cebollaro
Johnny Crap  JoKa  Joseph Reyna  Josh Geiser  Joshua Clay  Ken Keirns
Kolaboy  KRK Ryden  Larkin  Leslie Ditto  Luke Chueh  Mark Elliott  Matt Dangler
Meats Meier  Michael Alvarez  Michael Mararian  Nathan Cartwright  Nicole Bruckman
Patrick Deignan  Patrick Fatica  Peter Adamyan  Richard Frost  Rob Faucette
Robert Bowen  Scott G. Brooks  Scott Scheidly  Serge Gay Jr. Shaunna Peterson
Steven J Daily  Tim Maclean  Trey Xander  ZOSO

Opening Reception: Saturday, June 9th
7-10pm @ WWA GALLERY, Culver City, CA. A portion of the proceeds goes to the Make A Wish Foundation.

New iPhone Cases!

For all you readers, you can use this code when you check-out for 15% off all my merchandise thru my ArtsProjekt store! This includes iPhone and iPad cases and is good through March 15th:


I just did a few new iPhone cases, including “Duchess Varuca” and “The Immaculate and Fabulous Mary”. I’m actually getting myself a new mouse pad — may as well get one of my own, right? Or is that weird? I’m thinking the one of her…

Peeping at Bathing Ladies

12×12″ oil on panel. Started this back in June before I found out I had cancer and finally got around to finishing it. I have no idea what’s going on. Started it after my cat Milkshake died.

Wish you could see the fur and flower details better in online photos (click to zoom in).

When I look at the things I started or was working on during my radiation, it’s pretty clear it was having an effect on my brain!

Press and a Portrait

Some newer little bits and pieces of press online….

Art Nouveau Magazine
Twenty2wo Zine interview

Here is one of my 5×7″ paintings that will be at Distinction Gallery in Escondido, CA August 14th for:“JEST in Time: The Phylogenesis of Clown” This exhibition will be auction style with all pieces starting at $100. Artists include Ana Bagayan, Martin Witfooth, Jon Todd, Daniel Lim, Brian Despain, Jessica Ward, Micheal Brown and more…

Cleveland art shindig

I did a little Q&A over at Cleveland Bachelor just recently, and if you are in the Cleveland area be sure to come out on Friday for the one-night special group show at William Rupnik Gallery.

I’ll be showing 4 paintings, along with several awesome people like BASK, Chris Ryniak, Derek Hess, Tes One, Matt Sharp, Mallorie Freeman, Andrea Heimer, and the guys from Cleveland SGS.

Also, can anyone tell me why I have “Dance Hall Days” stuck in my head? I suppose it isn’t the worst thing, but I find it odd it has been going on 2 days now.

Forgotten Saints in Hollywood

Art Core presents "Forgotten Saints" a group show Saints that never were but should have been.
@ The Congregation of the Forgotten Saints 7569 Melrose Ave. Los Angeles Ca. 90046

Attendees at February 13ths black carpet opening reception can expect
the same over the top extravagance and attention to detail seen at the
Metal show reception. "Saints" will be set amongst a backdrop fitting
to the theme. Installations will include themed murals, a new archway
welcoming the participants into the world of "Preachers and fools", an
altar (set with hand carved statues, candles and flowers), an
interactive "Confessional" and special "Holy water" to quench your
thirst after an evening spent confessing your sins to a truly unique
group of unholy martyrs.
Art Core's last event at The Congregation
of Forgotten Saints saw over 900 art fans cross its threshold, so
showing up early is recommended. There will be plenty of street parking after 8pm. Make sure you wear your Sunday best, all attendees will be photographed on the Black Carpet upon arrival

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