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 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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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 Victor Castillo

If you couldn’t imagine what the dreams and nightmares of the tormented antagonists in Disney movies would be like, allow Victor Castillo to paint you a picture. The evil queen from Snow White would have dreams haunted by masked little girls in pretty dresses. Cinderella’s … Continue readingFeature on Victor Castillo

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Feature on Dave Macdowell

This Saturday November 6th, at Thinkspace Gallery in Culver City, California, is the “Thinkspace 5 Year Anniversary Show,” and Dave Macdowell is one of the immensely talented artists to exhibit. His paintings are mash ups of all kinds of pop culture references, joining characters and themes from … Continue readingFeature on Dave Macdowell

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start up the christmas machine

 Last night, with the children still running through the streets dressed up as monsters, zombies, bunnies or their favorite pop stars, the over zealous retail stores had their Christmas decorations set up and ready to go. The winding of the Christmas machine is complete, … Continue readingstart up the christmas machine

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Feature on Todd Schorr

Schorr’s mind as a child was “… was filled with a constantly shifting and swirling vortex of imagery in unnatural juxtapositions and combinations.” This might begin to scratch the surface of what goes on behind his eyes. Horror, sci-fi, war, cartoon, cowboy, and puppet shows, … Continue readingFeature on Todd Schorr

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