Friday, October 22, 2010

Guardian of the Muses


Did this piece for tonight's Feast or Famine group show at Upper Playground/Seattle.

Artsy fartsy symbolic explanation: The wise and patient elephant warrior (artist) protects the three muses, who inspire us all. At the center, is the rare Kadupul flower, native to Sri Lanka. This rare flower blooms at midnight and dies at dawn, much like the raw energy inside all artists that burn the midnight lamp, and work 'till sunrise. The elephant graveyard is the final resting place of all those artists that came before and died rich, or poor, doing what they love.

Man on the street explanation: Painting elephant armor, skulls and Muse decolletage is good times.

"Guardian of the Muses"
12" x 16"
Acrylics on board

Thursday, October 07, 2010

Frankie Walks the Mog


Just finished this piece for Tasty's Hallows Eve group show. The opening kicks off tomorrow night in Greenwood. Get all the show info below.

Title: "Frankie Walks the Mog"
Size: 6"x18"
Medium: Acrylics on masonite





Monday, October 04, 2010

Frankencash


New piece for this month's group show at Flatcolor Gallery in downtown Seattle. Also, in the downstairs main gallery, don't forget the main course: New solo show from local artist EGO. Show kicks off this Thursday the 7th, 5pm-9pm.

Title: Frankencash
Size: 12"x16"
Medium: Acrylics on masonite

Flatcolor Gallery

528 First Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98104

(206) 390- 6537
Open WED-SUN 12-6pm, or by appointment, First Thursday: until 9pm.
info@flatcolor.com
http://www.flatcolor.com