Owl, Bear, Jell-o and Peppermint Butler Prints

I've got four new print releases to tell you about. Above are "Gwizzly" and "Lil' Hoot" Doodled limited editions (only 10 of each!) They are 8" x 10", signed, titled, doodled & numbered for $50. If you're interested please email Ally at Swoon Gallery, hello@swoongallery.com to purchase. While you're at it, you can also ask to be put on the preview list for the Get the Lead Out IV show coming up in a month (I'll have new pieces for this)


I also have open editions of "Sovereign and the Saccharine" and "There's Always Room" in my own shop for purchase. These are 8" x 10", signed, titled and dated for $25. I'm very happy that I finally had a chance to print these up - they all look wonderful!
Have fun shopping!
Thanks for looking,

Green Jell-o Anyone?

My fourth and final show for this month is opening tomorrow (March 30th). It was a lovely surprise when I got the email to participate, but when it came down to it, I had about a week to come up with an idea and execute a work about food.

I went back to my childhood and my love of canned fruit cocktail (yes, I still love canned fruit cocktail) in Jell-o. My mom never used lime Jell-o but I'm a sucker for green!

"There's Always Room" is acrylic on pine and measures 9.5" x 14" and will be at the Food For Thought exhibition at Summit Medical Group in Berkeley Heights , NJ. It's a beautiful space and I suppose I'll be the comic relief as the other artists are doing wonderful, more traditional paintings and photography. 10% of the sale of each piece will go to the NJ  Food Bank.       

So I'll keep you updated and if he doesn't get snatched up at the opening, I'll post him just like any of my originals. But you will have to be patient.

The exhibit will run for 6 months so if anyone purchases these guys, they will have to wait until September to get them. I suppose if you get a doctor's note I might be able to swing it, but I don't think so ;)

I've got some extra space here, so how about a bit of trivia? Did you know that to be considered fruit cocktail, it has to contain pears, peaches, grapes, cherries and pineapple? I didn't either, but now we all know and can pass along this knowledge to others.


Thanks for sticking with me. Here's some more closeups: