New Print Releases

I'm happy to announce that Gallery Nucleus is now producing "Thank You, Thank You!", "Daffadown Dilly" and "It's a Trap" prints.



"Daffadown Dilly" and "It's a Trap" are $25 each and measure 4.5" x 24". A very affordable pair!


"Thank You, Thank You!" measures 8.5" x 11" and is only $20.


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Tall Plant Portrait Series Continues...


I've always loved that first hint of spring and seeing the crocus and snowdrops blooming is a colorful little sigh of relief after a harsh winter.


I humbly present "Master Galanthus" and "Augustus Crocus", acrylic on pine, each 18" x 3.5" x .75".


I made them as a set and would love it if they could stay together. They will be available for purchase together on Friday, March 16th at 3pm EDT. If they do not sell as a set within 24 hours, I will make them available separately on Saturday, March 17th at 3pm EDT.







Hey everybody! Finally shipped off my two pieces for the Meth & Hot Dogs 2 show at Lift Gallery opening April 30th, 2011.

I present "It's A Trap" on the right and "Daffadown Dilly" on the left. Both measure 3.5" x 24" :D

Mono No Aware

I finished my sakura painting and it's now up for auction on ebay. 100% of the proceeds from the auction will go to the American Red Cross to benefit Japan.

The title "Mono No Aware" is a Japanese term often associated with cherry blossoms and "used to describe the awareness of impermanance, or the transience of things, and a gentle sadness (or wistfulness) at their passing."

The auction ends Thursday, March 31st at 8pm PST. Enjoy, good luck and thank you for bidding :)


Meth And Hot Dogs 2

I was so excited to be asked to participate in this show. Quite the diverse lineup of artists (click the image to see), too bad I can't make it out. It's being held at Lift Designer Toys and Gallery in Michigan on April 30th. I did want to show you what my contribution will be.

I've had these two swimming around in my brain for six months and thought the long presentation would work well for a gallery setting (since it's hard to get the full picture over the net)

Sketched out...

and then almost finished, they looked pretty in the morning light...

Enjoy :)