¡Hola! ¿Como esta? Vierta una Coronita en mi boca y me traigo mi ceja peine por favor. ¡Gracias!
At the Chinese new year festival in Chinatown they fired off all sorts of poppers that shot confetti out like a cannon. I noticed that some of the confetti looked like half-size dollars and euros. It’s probably a good luck thing but at the same time I can’t help but think its a statement about our economy… Dollars and euros might as well be confetti they way our central banks are printing it!
some fantastic media from Zip Gun Mag, props to Dan Curran for putting is out! This is the cover and my favorite spread: banks should be thought of as Charles Manson or Hitler!
if you didn’t get the chance to come down and see Stitch Fetish and Love is a Battlefield, both shows are up for one more week, and here’s some footage of the opening and Artwalk nights, shot by Daisuke Okamoto.
End Times Are Here!
No, not as Hollywood said the Mayan’s predicted, but, sadly, the final week of Stitch Fetish is upon…
The Power To Do More
oil on canvas
24 by 36
THIS IS NOT A TEST AUCTION! ALL BIDS ARE REAL
This painting is part of a series of bank bacchanals that I’ve made over the past year. They depict a group of debauched partygoers coupled with a fitting slogan and bank logo, I’ve done Wells Fargo, Chase, Goldman Sachs, Citibank, all the crooks on Wall Street, but in this case it’s Bank of America. The piece is lushly painted with thick bold aggressive brushstrokes bordering on the abstract which makes for an interesting image from 2 inches away to across the room. A real conversation starter! The Power To Do More. Too Big To Fail, Too Big To Jail. The dance of the eternal bailout.
2013 marks 25 years that I have been studying and practicing painting and I still love it and am fascinated with it, so you know when you’re buying one of my paintings, that there is history, mastery, passion and devotion behind the artist and the work; I’m in it for the long haul, always have been always will be.
Register to bid! Good luck to everyone.
My second semester at ACCD is over so now I have time for personal work.
so this is an underpainting of my friend Libby :)
this is a really nice start! did you get any more work done on it?