1402, 2017

A Musing #19

February 14th, 2017|0 Comments

Shout out to all my friends and family back in North America with sane internet providers. Another day goes by where I miss having reliable service and the people who work there know what logic is. Running a space has it's responsibilities. It's what it [...]

802, 2017

A Musing #18

February 8th, 2017|0 Comments

I don't know if I can stress how important it is to get out of routines especially if you're a creative. As an artist, I do my best to change things up so working in the studio doesn't feel like a horrible relationship.Ways include deciding [...]

102, 2017

A Musing #17

February 1st, 2017|0 Comments

With recent events happening in the news, it's becoming more difficult not to want to put down my brush and be more socially active. I've explained it before in my Mike Brown post, but there is a point where you take a side. We are [...]

2601, 2017

A Musing #16

January 26th, 2017|0 Comments

While working on Mike Brown and Sandra Bland I realized I need to work on a portrait of someone I knew personally. I even wrote about it a couple posts back. So I’ve taken on the large than life subject of my dad. After being [...]

1901, 2017

A Musing #15

January 19th, 2017|0 Comments

Finishing a long term painting always feels odd to me. Since it’s a portrait, it really is like saying farewell to a friend. Mike Brown has come to an end and it’s been a long one. For sure this is a political piece, but it [...]

901, 2017

A Musing #14

January 9th, 2017|0 Comments

You have no idea how important it is to have multiple blank paintings around you in the studio. That might be very useless if you do anything that isn’t painting, but I’m excited. I’ve been content being back into my regular flow of work and [...]

301, 2017

A Musing #13

January 3rd, 2017|0 Comments

Holidays make everything crazy and I haven’t had much time to work in the studio for good reasons. To those who feel like they’ve been waiting ages to read something from me, well I’m sorry but I assumed you were all in food comas and [...]

2112, 2016

A Musing #12

December 21st, 2016|0 Comments

There’s always a balance in the universe with everything. That definitely includes critiques and feedback. Over the short duration I’ve been open, I’ve had plenty of mixed people come in and tell me how happy they are to have an artist in the neighborhood. Lots [...]

1512, 2016

A Musing #11

December 15th, 2016|0 Comments

I had a young artist come visit me in the studio the other day. A 19 year old walked in and began to wander and look at every painting with close detail before sharing his story. We had a discussion about how social media skews [...]