New Gallery Representation

I’m very happy to announce that my work will now be represented by Yves Laroche Gallery in Montreal, Canada. I am presently traveling around and working out of different countries in Central America, therefore, for the next few seasons, Yves Laroche Gallery will be my … Continue readingNew Gallery Representation

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Been so damn busy

I haven’t had time this summer for keeping this site updated and fresh, let alone most other things in my life. I have been so busy that all I can do is sleep when I get the chance, however, I’ve been busy with good things. … Continue readingBeen so damn busy

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Awakening the Fire

I’m having my next exhibition on April 6th, 2012 at Ayden Gallery in Vancouver, titled Awakening the Fire. I’ll also be showing along side Jose Rivas, an awesome artist from Vancouver, as well as Lawrence Nerbonne, another great artist from Montreal. I’ll be featuring 14 new … Continue readingAwakening the Fire

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Feature on Tristezza Tristezzová

Tristezza Tristezzová, from Bratislava, Slovakia, is a young photographer who creates erotic and surrealist photography. Tristezzová seamlessly uses photo manipulation in her photographs, as most of her images are self-portraits, often with multiple poses of the same figure. I love figurative photography, mix that with … Continue readingFeature on Tristezza Tristezzová

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Feature on Nick Lepard

Nick Lepard is a painter based out of Vancouver where he graduated from the Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design. His work is focused around realistic portraiture and the abstracting of it. Lepard’s paintings are beautifully composed with bold gestures that make up faces … Continue readingFeature on Nick Lepard

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Feature on Bao Pham

Bao Pham is an illustrator based out of somewhere in Iowa. Pham’s work is primarily digital, but isn’t limited to it as he also paints, analog style. A lot of what Pham does is centred around fantasy imagery, such as elfs, fairies and zombies; not … Continue readingFeature on Bao Pham

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Feature on João Ruas

João Ruas is an artist from and based out of Sao Paulo, Brazil. He approaches his artwork with a variety of mediums, from pencils, gouache and watercolour to metal leaf and collage. Ruas first introduction to art was comics and later on he studied design in … Continue readingFeature on João Ruas

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Feature on Maria Kreyn

Maria Kreyn is a Russian born, New York based artist. She has a wonderful body of work with paintings and drawings that come from a classical approach, with attention to technique and composition. What I enjoy is not only not only her technical approach, but … Continue readingFeature on Maria Kreyn

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Shawn Barber

Shawn Barber, based out of L.A., focuses on the portraiture and tattoo culture. His paintings are lively and expressive, and range in technique from tight, beautifully executed renderings to expressive markings all in the one piece. Barber will often superimpose numerous limbs on his figures, suggesting the … Continue readingShawn Barber

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Latest Painting

My latest painting, “Natural Phases,” is oil and bronze leaf on wood panel, 48″ high by 36″ across. It’s an interesting thing that happened with the creation of this painting; I had put together my composition, which I was happy with, and then printed out … Continue readingLatest Painting

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Feature on Catherine Brooks

I recently came across Catherine Brooks’ paintings and was immediately drawn in to her gorgeous work. It’s easy to say that her portrayals of young beautiful women are attractive, but there are elements that give her work more depth. Brooks is developing imagery for her … Continue readingFeature on Catherine Brooks

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Feature on James Jean

James Jean may need little or no introduction at all, but I thought that I’d share a few thoughts and feature some of my favorite works of his from 2010. Jean’s style is a unique union of influences and techniques. It’s a beautiful and at times … Continue readingFeature on James Jean

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Feature on Jeff Simpson

The line between ‘fine’ art and commercial art is beginning to blur, more and more. This is in fact the mission of some curators and art galleries including Artifact Gallery in San Francisco. Featured here is Jeff Simpson, a Montreal based illustrator, concept artist and colourist. … Continue readingFeature on Jeff Simpson

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