Hey guys! I’ll be donating any art revenue I make in June to help out with #BlackLivesMatter. I’ll be making my decision(s) closer to when I have a more sizable donation pool, but I welcome any input on good organizations to throw money at!
Currently, I’ve gathered money from my patreon, society6 and a recent freelance job, and I’ll also be donating the sales of these two pieces at the Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana‘s upcoming Unsheltered show (assuming they make it in).
And if I make any other print on demand sales, any of you guys email me for a print, or I do any more freelance work in the month of June, that money will be donated as well. I may or may not do commissions to reward people for making donations of their own, but that’s more “iffy” since I’ve been having some humorously strong headaches recently.
Either way, feel free to drop any links of deserving organizations in the comments below! And I hope you all have a very safe month of June, filled with love and unity.
It’s that time again! Christmas shopping season. And the Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana will be having their annual Holiday Art Sale starting November 13.
I’ll be putting in cute felt animals in this sale as well as in the Wesselman Nature Center’s Art in the Wild show on November 18, so enjoy all the cuteness!
Hey guys! I am very thrilled to announce that I’m running a (currently funded) kickstarter campaign for the purpose of selling painted archival matte prints of Robot Mermaid and The Queen of Air and Darkness, a new black and white fractal work depicting Queen Morgause of Arthurian legend.
Here’s the kickstarter link: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/sandpaperdaisy/make-100-painted-art-prints-robot-mermaid-dark-que
As for this special Painted edition, this means I will be doing a limited run of archival matte 8×10 prints, and that this run will feature artist brushstokes in gold paint pen for Robot Mermaid, and silver paint pen for The Queen of Air and Darkness.
Below are individual shots of the two prints being offered. If you’d like a print or just want to make a small donation, come check out the page!
I’m also planning to do a kickstarter-themed article after the campaign’s over, to share what I learned!
Hey guys, I’ve had the majestic Ergo Sum hanging at Toast for sometime now, but recently I added three new canvases. See if you spot them on your next visit! Trash Rose, A Message, and Endless Forest are all archivally printed, stretched and sealed by myself, with additional hand-drawn accents in white paint pen. They’re all 16×20 and only $85 each! Just ask your server or management if you want to take one home.
Here’s Toast’s website: http://www.toastevv.com/
They’re located at 1550 Mesker Park Dr, Evansville, IN 47720, inside the Helfrich Hills Golf Course.
It’s that time again!! I’ll be there with a ton of other awesome local artists. Come shop FINE ART for $50 and under (in my case, often WAY WAY under). We’ll be there from 10am to 4pm, outside at Angel Mounds State Historic Site!!
Here’s the YART event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1780257948863170/
Are you ready for an awesome pop-up art show full of cute critters and awesome architecture?! I sure am!
Come see me and my fellow artist Jon Fuchs at the Alhambra Theatre on July 3rd, 6pm-9pm for an evening of fun, art, and buggies brought by Wesselman Nature Society! The Alhambra Theatre is located in Haynie’s Corner Arts District, Evansville Indiana.
Event page here: https://www.facebook.com/events/529093383904875/
I’ve got a 36 piece solo show running at Wesselman Nature Center, Evansville IN through July 25! Here’s the event page. It’s full of tons of photos of the new art, but even those photos don’t touch the actual number of pieces I’ve got hanging. It is an immense show.
Come in and check out the nature and sci-fi/fantasy themed art, as well as lots of cool critters and beautiful nature trails and birdwatching!
This awesome and excellent FREE art and music festival comes to Haynie’s Corner/Adams Avenue every summer and this year we’ll be there Saturday, June 6th! Artists including myself will be there from 11am to 4pm and live music continues until 5:30!
Look forward to awesome art, music, and food in a family-friendly atmosphere. And perhaps…new turtles.
For those of you who have not had the pleasure, AbyssCo is pretty much the most awesome and whacky clothing/art/jewelry/book/retro/toy/ETC consignment shop that ever existed. The inside of this store is nothing short of MAGNIFICENT.
As for the outside of the store, I was deeply honored to be the first artist to have a solo show there in the front window. Yeah, me…dorky ol’ me. I still have to pinch myself occasionally.
Here’s what’s for sale!
Tentacle Raccoon block print: $35
Enchanted Forest collage/decoupage: $45
Cosmic Turtle collage/decoupage on wood: $50
Oracle original archival print/photo ink: $50
Nebula original archival print/photo ink: $65
Endless Forest archival print/photo ink: $65
Cthulhu fhtagn original archival print/photo ink: $65
Helen Vaughan collage/archival print and photo ink: $75
Kaguya Hime collage/decoupage: $85
DIVE original archival print/photo ink: $85
SculptEVV is an awesome local (Evansville, IN) outdoor art event at Haynie’s Corner with tons of artists of all disciplines, live music and great food at the same location. Going on at the same time are amazing sculpture installations and other events.
Incidentally, I always offer all kinds of deals at my tent, and many others do too. Whether you want to see some fab sculptures, hear the free band, or go feel the pulse of the local art scene and gab with artists of all descriptions, it’s a great day. I have even been known to go play in the fountain.
Here’s my last post about SculptEVV with a few more photos. I had to miss out on last year’s event to finish up a HUGE project, but I’m back this year and it promises to be better than ever.
Yep! I’m happy to say that I’ll be the featured artist in the window of the Bower-Suhrheinrich Foundation Gallery from January 9 to February 4 (or possibly 5). I’m quite grateful to be given this awesome chance to show off my recent work, as well as a couple of pieces I just finished last night.
(Or this morning at 3am, depending on how accurate you wish to be!)
Yeah, I’m completely floored, but the fact is that this year I will be a part of this amazing experience. This art/craft show is filled to the brim with some of the best artists and crafters in the area, and I’ll be there with them. I can’t overstate how happy I am.
Here’s the event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/752170168174181/
The basics, this is a big art and jewelry/craft sale on December 13th, going on from 10am to 4pm at the Wired Coffee House, RAIN OR SHINE. There’s going to be an immense amount of talent here and I will be bringing my best game, including some new art.
This is a fantastic opportunity to pick up one-of-a-kind, thoughtful, and most of all FREAKIN’ AWESOME presents for pretty much anyone in your life. The prices are always nuts too (me and a lot of my buds here practically give our art away, it’s crazy) so this is a holiday shopping event not to be missed on any level.
From the YART facebook page:
We are thrilled to announce that the beautiful green space at the new 22 Jefferson Art Studios and Gallery, in the Haynie’s Corner Arts District, will host our Fall YART 2014 sale! As the name suggests, this lovely spot can be easily found at 22 Jefferson, in downtown Evansville. Plenty of street parking is available!
Saturday, October 25, from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. All local and regional fine art, with nothing priced more than $50!
HECK YEAH!!! I can’t wait, can you? Here’s the Facebook Event Page too: https://www.facebook.com/events/361314300704443/
Would you know it, my phone died while I was setting up. No event photos for me! Fortunately for you all, I went and grabbed a lot of art for myself. So I can at least show you pics of what I bought. If I get permission, I’ll also feature some other pieces of art I admired that I know people took pictures of, so stay tuned for a possible update.
First off, the featured image above is a painting on poster-board by Ryan McCain, who somehow manages to be an amazing artist and a heck of a nice guy as well!! He has a huge body of work and he’s done mural work too…I’m a new huge fan. The second image of a creepy and fascinating guy is by Ryan too:
Below, I also snatched up a gorgeous little wire and bead tree on driftwood by Damon Murray. Next year this sculpture artist will have an even more amazing array of art, which will be hard considering how beautiful all of his trees and other small wire sculptures are. But he’s experimenting with MAGNETS now!! Our fellow artist Megan Black showed me an amazing little spider he made that actually moves and dances because of magnets. It was awesome…
Speaking of Megan Black! Check this out: this year she premiers her new loveable and intricate Voodoo Babiez styles!! Each one of these individual dolls is painstakingly and lovingly crafted with Meghan’s love rather than with bad juujuu, and I GOT ONE. Not only one, a PINK BUNNY ONE. …yeah my excitement pretty much knew no bounds when I took this little lady home…
Lastly, I grabbed an amazing Monster Pin-Up Calender by Christy Jochum!
I also admired everyone else’s stuff including all the amazing vintage paintings and drawings by Lisa Herzog.
It was a fantastic event and a great night all around, I can’t wait to see who will be there next year!
Come on down to the Ahh Spa, 600 North Weinbach, tomorrow October 4rth from 6pm to 9pm to snap up some fantastic scary and morbid art, jewelry and other treats and goodies! At least 20% of all sales go to benefit PAAWS Animal Rescue, and some artists do more! The lovely piece above is by Jamie Gish-Bates of Silent Salvation Jewelry and Watches.
Here’s the Night Gallery event page where you can see awesome art and cute Voodoo Babiez plushies that people will be bringing, and more! I’ll be bringing a fistful of new morbid and creepy art prints, so be warned.
I debuted this at Cincy Comicon 2014, it collects “The Ruby Machine” and “The Stone Squirrel.” I did a little cover for The Stone Squirrel and messed with the ending pages until I liked them slightly better, it ended up being a 20 page comic. I’ll be offering it for $3 and The Killing of Dreams 45 page horror comic for $5 at Night Gallery 2014, along with some new prints.