Check out this painting on my old leather wallet.
Here’s a multimedia treatment for the impending return of Quetzalcoatl to Mexico’s Mayan Riveria. I did this piece on Gesso board with pencil,charcoal,acrylic paint ,molotow paint markers and airbrush.
Hey Here’s a few more pieces I’ve done lately. One to help remind folks in the studio to clean up
Finally a little watercolor colored pencil.
First here’s some new artwork. In the studio we were working on en caustics. We’ll my version of en caustics. No wax just modeling paste and acrylic. Use the paste to sculpt your image then let it dry. I then coat it in gel medium if there are any cracks then paint.
Here it is
And this one is for Von Franco who’s awesome documentary, I Was a Teenage Monster T-Shirt Painter, really inspired me to try more car painting and automotive logos and themes.
I mentioned airbrush there. We’ve been doing a lot of airbrush in the Green House Graphics studio over the last 6 months. My assistant Scott McAlarney and I are trying to get better at it for instruction and as part of our sustainability plan for the program. Our goal is to fully fund the program through outside illustration and graphic design assignments and airbrush commissions and events.
I’ve been looking at some car lettering for these few signs for my kids.
The last new thing I’d like to show you is a beginning of a custom studio table I’m doing for our airbrush tattoo events.
Wacky Table Skull
We’ve started using airbrush in the studio at GHG. Here’s a portrait I did with India ink and white createx.
Here’s an encaustic painting I did with my interactive workshop at Tempo. We were learning to use gel medium. So I used a combination of gloss and matte medium,acrylic and gouache.
Hey Back to real art. Here’s a large scale portrait of my dog, Lucielle. I painted this using acrylic on found board for her birthday.
This is painted with acrylic on ceramic tile. Then I coated it with a gel medium while it’s still wet and it looks wet forever.
Here’s a collection of animals I’ve drawn over the years. Im workin on a new project involving drawing several different animals.
I was a little anxious about it until I looked and realized I’ve been painting animals the whole time.
I love drawing my bulldogs Lucille and Abigail.
This was our Save the Date card for our wedding on 9/13/2008. It’s all about the dogs!!!
cChristmas card 2010
Christmas card 2008
Christmas card 2009
A Christmas Snow Storm in 2004
My dog Lucille’s dream way back in 2003-2004
Lucille taking a nap in Allston,MA
“A Lamb Among Wolves”
acrylic on found wood