I'll have a bunch of drawings for sale tonight at Sulfur Studios during the First Friday Art March. There are about 30 artists in the show, and everything is priced between $10- $50. Go wild!
That's right, it took a little while, but I finally finished up all the anthropomorphic veggies! Keep your eyes open for this sweet ride pulling up in a neighborhood near you. It's tricked out with solar panels, refrigeration, generators, and mechanical produce racks that extend out Transformer style!
Been on a kick of drawing the past couple weeks. Here's what's been going on.
This is the home of the new yoga studio, Revolution Yoga. It's an interesting little cube of a building, which I'll be painting on 3 of the sides- the West, South, and East. We're planning on starting next week, so I'll keep you posted.
Last weekend was the 2015 A-Town Get Down Festival. I've had the pleasure of working as the Arts Coordinator with this fine group of folks for the last three Get Downs, and it just keeps getting better every year! Here's a recap of what went down.
This is the piece I created during Savannah's Fashion Night Out 2014.
This is day 4-12, except I'm missing day 6 because it's, for some reason, missing from my photos. I'll post it later.
Ok, so I might not post everyday, but for sure every couple days during Inktober.
I just happened to have two deadlines on Day 1 of Inktober, so I look like quite the overachiever right now. I'm pretty sure this won't happen again, but who knows?
Oh man, it's finally here again. The month-long goal of drawing everyday, which inevitably has me drawing in transit, at work, on the dancefloor, and wherever else I may be when the drawing urge hits.
I made the mark last year, so as an extra challenge to myself , I'm going to attempt to blog my daily progress also.
Here's my kickoff image, which will be auctioned off at the Jinx this saturday to raise money for Keith Kozel's new kidney.
It's been a long time in the making, but we're finally just about ready to get started painting over at the West Broad YMCA.
Here's a nice little article our pal Lauren Flotte did up for us over at Connect.
This is the final design, along with some of the original pieces created by the kids. Our process was to do workshops with the kids over a series of weeks and have them create works inspired by their time at the YMCA. After we had stacks of drawings- we photocopied them, cut out various elements, and collectively collaged them onto a wall in the cafeteria that had been mapped out to the scale of the wall. They got to talk about themes within the mural and how and why to group things or allow space. They're all pretty excited about it, as are we; hope you feel the same way. Enjoy!
Had a great time at Blick yesterday knocking out portraits of all the shoppers who came through...well, not quite all of them. It was great to see some of my Scribble students come through! Here's how it went down.
It was robot thursday at the children's studio yesterday.