Rat Kings and Cutaneous Horns

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***Update: Click here for purchase information about this painting***

Hello everyone! As you can see above, I'm taking part in what is surely going to be one kick butt group show. I mean, seriously, look at that line up. We're talking some major artists here and my insecurities are definitely flaring up. The good folks at Glitch Gallery decided that my painting entitled, "Rattenkonig" should grace the back of the fliers. How about that?
My lovely ode to the glorious Rat King is acrylic on maple and measures 5" x 12.75". I've also created a small run of prints that will be available for the show.
If you're unable to attend the opening, the show will be placed online at the same time. No worries!


I'm also happy to announce my next showcase at Auguste Clown Gallery in Australia opens July 20th. I've entitled it "Cutaneous Horns" and just couldn't resist sticking more things on creatures heads. This was a fun bunch to work on! Above you can see a snippet of "Poppy" and "Oasis" below. Both will be available along with three other brand new paintings. If you're interested in the online preview (and a chance to buy these guys before anyone else) simply go to Auguste Clown and subscribe to their mailing list - easy!

As always, I hope my creations have put smiles on your gorgeous faces (what? you're not gorgeous?). Best of luck if you've been looking for an original and thanks for everything!



Australia to JapanLA

Auguste Clown Gallery in Melbourne just released an exclusive limited edition giclee of "Fiji Frangipani".

It measures 31x41cm and is limited to 250 prints. You can purchase it through their website or stop by the gallery (which I would highly recommend if you're in the Melbourne area) and peruse the many available prints and original pieces on display.

If you're in the Los Angeles area you may want to stop by JapanLA. They have a gallery space in their store where my prints are currently being shown alongside Super Emo Friends and Bored Inc.
You can purchase them framed for $35 or unframed for $25.