Friday, May 26, 2017

The End (ish)


My first Summer home from college My parents and I lived in the trailer while they built their dream house. When it was finally completed the trailer sat mostly unused in the yard until the day a young couple in a Jeep Wagoneer dragged it away in a cloud of Dunn Road dust. They claimed it was just what they were looking for.

Friday, April 21, 2017

Where's The Downhill Portion of the Learning Curve?



Only about a page and a half of edit notes to go through.

Glass Hunter


Pro tip: You can get used art cheaper than new glass. I scoured the thrift stores and scored some sweet motel art. The harvested glass will find new life in my monotonous monochromatic paintings.

Analog Man in a Digital World


Once again the studio couch proves its value as I map out the book. To think I wasn't even allowed to sit on this front room couch as a child.

Friday, April 14, 2017

The Bane of My Existence





When framing it is imperative to maintain a clean, highly organized work space. 

Do  as I say, not as I do.


Framed paintings piling up.

Thursday, April 6, 2017

Nice View


The reward for hauling a trailer to the top of a mountain was the panoramic view. Unfortunately the view was often obscured by clouds.