16 August, 2012
website for a detailed version of the original drawing.
This is the progression of a hand-carved wooden sign for a recently new shop in Park Slope, Brooklyn. You guessed it, it's called The Ploughman!
17 November, 2011
15 November, 2011
19 October, 2011
06 June, 2011
04 May, 2011
Entity". The result is a truly unique blend of grunge metal and alternative rock. Give it a listen!
23 February, 2011
These are the woodcuts from the Human Nature show! I want to say big thanks again to everyone that came out to share some love and show support. In case you missed the opening, the show will be running till the 20th of May.
27 January, 2011
I have a new show opening up next month! There's going to be a lot of woodblocks made. The actual panels will be up for display as well as for sale. There will be limited editions of prints available, but will most likely be very limited. Check back soon for more updates on the show and some sneak peeks at artwork that'll be on display!
27 December, 2010
24 October, 2010
18 October, 2010
We used an LCD projector to help transfer the outlined version of my sketch up onto the wall. Big thanks to John Aquila and Ty Christian for the help.
16 October, 2010
This is a final sketch for a mural that I'm painting in West Baltimore. Actually, this mural marks the beginning of a much larger project that is still in its early stages of growth. I hope you enjoy it as much as the next passerby.
18 September, 2010
The last post documented the earlier progress of this sign. Now it's all finished and I wanted to share with everyone, especially since I got so much great feedback from the people who live in the community.
15 August, 2010
11 July, 2010
These two paintings are also part of the same show that just opened up last weekend at Black Ankle Vinyards. The one on top is an old train car, even though it looks like a house. Maybe it's both.
10 June, 2010
It's been a little while since my last update, fortunately because I've started a new job at a local sign shop here in Baltimore. I've been wanting to fill everyone in on some new paintings which I've hand-lettered from some old train cars at the historic B&O Railroad Museum. This is just one series in a show that will be opening at Black Ankle Vinyards around the first of the month, or so. Check back for more!
29 May, 2010
The "Art in Fusion" opening turned out to be another alluring display of ingenuity and beauty from many passionate and truly creative minds. Thank you's to all the people who came and showed love and support! Let's do it again.
19 April, 2010
Friday, April 23rd is the opening of "Art in Fusion" which I posted on recently. The show will be up until August 1, 2010, but if you'll be around this week, you should definitely make it out for the opening celebration. There is some really amazingly work from some talented locals. If you need directions, too, I can guide you.
10 April, 2010
I decided to just post the video of the fish painting directly, since blogger makes it so simple. You should still click the link to youtube to view it correctly, because this version is cropped.
This is a new painting inspired by a fish that I caught in the Florida Keys in January. It was also an experiment in capturing my painting process in a time lapse fashion. You can catch the video on youtube by clicking this link... time lapsing. Please excuse the quality and positioning of the video, which are a bit crude, but you get the idea. Enjoy!
08 April, 2010
I thought it would be nice to give a sneek preview of some new work in progress. These last few posts are pieces that will be completed for an upcoming show in Ellicott City, MD. The show's theme is based around the broad concept of recycling, by using both synthetic and natural materials, resources, ideas, et cetera. I've chosen to continue using discarded and found materials for my artwork - such as wood, scrap metal, debris, garbage, paint cans, the list goes on. I feel it's the perfect time to introduce this series as the the trees bloom, people emerge, and life begins to flourish again after months of dormancy. Stay tuned for more artwork and information in regards to the show.