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I would like to thank everyone who came out on the 21st, or on the following days, to see my show. It means a lot to me that you took time out of your respective schedules to drop in and see my work. Without Further ado, here are the ten plus one paintings that made up “Refugees from the Golden-age”.

One of the nice things about being an artist in the digital age is that people from other countries have my paintings on their walls and my shirts on their backs. They find my stuff on the internet and contact me through my web page. One of the bad things about the Internet is that […]

Both my brother and I remember the smell of my mom’s most heinous creation, the dreaded white fish fresh from the freezer.

In the coming weeks I want to share a few words about some of my new images, but before I do I need to explain a few things.

Process

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A lot of people ask me about how I start a painting.  Most people figure I do the people last, not so. I start with people and build the canvass around them. Here is an example of a big canvas I did for my show last year. I knew that I wanted the painting to […]

Japan

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My mom called at 3:10, it’s rather early to start triping to Japan. I’m not normally one to catch the worm, actually the early bird is normally the enemy of my daysleep. Anywho, this is it, I’m off to 日本。 楽しみ!