Check out this amazing show at PG Cafe and Gallery before it’s gone on Friday February 19th! A lot of pieces are still available for sale but since art is often sold INSANELY CHEAP around here, they won’t be for long. Below are just a couple of the zillion amazing pieces in this show to whet your appetite. As you can see, every traditional printmaking technique has been explored here…screen prints, woodcuts, linoleum block, intaglio, clay monoprint (my insane contribution), and a bunch of other cool stuff I didn’t even recognize…GO!
Breakthrough is a digital painting/collage that premiered November 14, 2015 at the “WONDER” art exhibit held by OneLife East in Evansville, IN as a 16×20 canvas and will be on display there until January. I used textures from my “Spring Turtle” decoupage on canvas when I made it.
I’ve also got Breakthrough up on Society6 and Redbubble now as a print, iPad case, and other stuff.
The title for this baby is technically Taylor’s World (I did it for a special guy of that name) but I will forever think of it as “Joseph” because that was the name I knew him by when I conceived the idea.
“Supernatural” at New Harmony Gallery of Contemporary Art, JUNE 6-JULY 17
Blick Arts Spirit of Summer JUNE 14-21
Atomic Shuffle solo show at IUPUI Gallery, AUGUST
Darkness solo show at PG Gallery, AUGUST
I’ll be posting more about the upcoming solo shows later, and be showing you all the new art I’ve done recently for Erewhon, Denude, Darkness and so forth. But for now, you at least have a good outline of what’s coming. Love you guys!
For May’s First Fridays, May 1 from 6-9pm, I’ll be at Stef L’s Amour on 936 Judson Street! My art will continue hanging there through May.
Also, Saturday May 2 will mark the opening of Threaded Canvas‘s Evansville store and I have art in there too as well as shirts! I don’t have the street address as yet but it’s in the same complex as Blick Art Materials, across the parking lot.
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I’m going to decorate mine soon and post it here, but I thought I’d share it in the meantime for anyone who wants to decorate and fill out their own!
I saw it floating around the awesome Arts Council of Doom awhile back. It evidently originated with David Mack of Daredevil and Kabuki fame. I wrote him a fan-letter once and he was kind enough to answer it and supposedly publish it in one of his comics, but darned if I know to this day which one it was!
Some happy news, my comic The Ruby Machine, as well as the linoleum block version of my print Daedalus, will be featured in the fifth issue of Hello World zine compilation by Bombshell Comics. This issue features a lot of neat artists and a poem by my good friend Lauren Tharp!