I’m so gosh-darn excited about the beginning of Christmas season that I’m offering the remainder of my current art inventory for 40% off the regular price!!! Happy holidays, indeed. I’m also still accepting commissions, but hurry if you want the piece done in time for Christmas.
“R2, You Stay With The Ship” 2013, 36″ x 24″ acrylic on canvas -
“You’re Just A Freak… Like Me!” 2013, 18″ x 24″ acrylic on canvas -
“George Carlin” 2013, 14″ x 11″ pencil drawing -
“Don’t Panic” 2013, 14″ x 11″ ltd. edition prints, signed & numbered by the artist -
$75 each $40 each!
“Obtainer Of Rare Antiquities” 2013, 24″ x 36″ acrylic on canvas -
I’ve got all sorts of aesthetically pleasing goodness up for sale and available to purchase right here, ONLINE! The future, baby. We’re living in it. They’ll make great Christmas/Chanukah/Kwanzaa/Solstice/Saturnalia/”I just like you and felt like buying this” gifts for the movie, comic book, comedy, or sports fan in your life. Speaking of which, if you would like to order a custom commission as a holiday gift, get your orders in to me by Wed, Nov 27, that’s Thanksgiving Eve. E-mail email@example.com with any questions.
“Dark Knight Rising” 2013, 11″ x 14″ acrylic on bristol board – $200
“R2, You Stay With The Ship” 2013, 36″ x 24″ acrylic on canvas – $650
“You’re Just A Freak… Like Me!” 2013, 18″ x 24″ acrylic on canvas – $500
“George Carlin” 2013, 14″ x 11″ pencil drawing – $175
“Samurai John” 2013, 11″ x 14″ acrylic on bristol board – $175
“Don’t Panic” 2013, 14″ x 11″ ltd. edition prints, signed & numbered by the artist – $75 each
“Obtainer Of Rare Antiquities” 2013, 24″ x 36″ acrylic on canvas – $600
Here are a few pieces I’m currently working on. The “Easy Rider on camels” painting and Lou Gehrig drawing are both commissions I’m finishing up, and the others are all going to be part of my upcoming solo show at the UCB East‘s Hot Chicks gallery, “Sketch(ing) Comedy”, which will feature drawings and paintings depicting some of my favorite comedians and comedy characters and movies. Below is a work-in-progress Bill Murray painting and early sketches for Richard Pryor and Marc Maron drawings.
Two new pieces up for sale, Breaking Bad’s Walter White and The Dark Knight’s Joker, and I’m really proud of both. Both are 18″ x 24″ acrylic on canvas. You can purchase them directly online below. Enjoy!
“Say My Name”, 2013 – 18″ x 24″ acrylic on canvas – $500
“You’re Just A Freak… Like Me!”, 2013 – 18″ x 24″ acrylic on canvas – $500
Here are some more work in progress pics of some pieces I’m working on for my Halloween show at Boca Grande in Jersey City on Thursday, as well as a just-about-finished commission piece of the main characters from Easy Rider riding camels instead of motorcycles. I’ll post pics of the finished paintings later on this week.
No, I’m not not working on a Step Brothers piece (although, maybe I should… Prestige Worldwide!). I am, however working on a number of different pieces for a show that will be opening on Halloween at Boca Grande in Jersey City. We’re having a big opening with a live comedy and music show as well. the whole night’s going to kick ass. So, do yourself a favor and find a way to get over there. In keeping with the Halloween theme, some of the pieces are a little darker than my normal fare, but as I am not a huge horror fan, some of the monsters I’m working on are more the psychological kind. And, some of the other pieces are just my usual “Hey! Isn’t this cool???” shit.
Below, in various stages of progress, are Breaking Bad’s Walter White, Heath Ledger’s Joker, a trio of Bill Murrays, Uma Thurman in Kill Bill, a bunch of 80′s cartoon heroes, the xenomorph from Alien, a layout for a Pan’s Labyrinth piece, and Anton Chigurh from No Country For Old Men. ENJOY!
After a few weeks spent tending to other matters, I am currently in the middle of SEVERAL different pieces. I didn’t get that Bill Murray painting done in time for the opening of the Legends Of Laughter show at the UCBeast, but I’m hoping to have it done and up on the walls there by next week. I’m also finishing up an Alien drawing I started awhile ago for a Halloween-themed solo show I’m having at Boca Grande in Jersey City at the end of the month. The rest are all commission pieces. There’s the initial sketches for an Easy Rider piece with Hopper, Fonda, and Nicholson riding camels (long story), some repeat pieces where I’ve been asked to do my old Lou Gehrig drawing and recent Quint painting again, and finally a nice li’l beach scene and wedding portrait. A fairly wide variety of pieces hanging around the Batcave right now, waiting to get finished. As always, I’ll post ‘em when they’re done.