I was asked to do a portrait of my friend’s daughter and their two cats, one of whom, was nicknamed “baby horse” because he was so huge! Well, Wally died of old age shortly after I took photos of him for this painting, so I’m glad we got the ball rolling in-time to have this done. I decided to give him a fancy saddle, and placed him where he seemed to enjoy himself, outside in the garden. I wanted to go for a princess and her beasts vibe in this, which I hope I did!
This measures 11×14″ inches and is oil on panel.
This is one of those pieces that has been really difficult to photograph because of the small size and detail; I think I got the colors as close as I ever will to seeing it in person. Might be time for me to step it up and get a large format scanner.
She measures 6×6″ oil on paper…
You can buy her unframed, here.
Oil on paper, 11×14 inches.
Maybe it’s the time I spent in New Orleans this year — or the fact I’m wishing I could be there when I’m not — I have been having a common theme of masks, lately. It’s very hard to get the colors right on things when I can’t scan direct, but I think you get the point. Here they are framed…
They are available for purchase here.
Part of the cover for Fat School Confidential by Joe Rourke. Look for it soon!
Art and design magazine + blog, Domestic Etch was kind enough to include me in the newest issue, I’m so honored to be among all of these amazing illustrators. This is my oil on paper piece, “Hot House Flower”. Summer might be gone, but not forgotten here….
Finally finished the first painting in my new series for the upcoming solo show at Articulated Gallery in San Fransisco. I still haven’t titled it, but I will eventually. Here’s another little peek; this painting dealing with old remedies for skin diseases like small pox…
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“A Short Leash” 11×14 inches oil on panel. Had this image in mind for a while, no idea where it came from but the bubbles happened by accident when I screwed something else up — kinda worked out.