Saturday, December 31, 2011

Let the night begin

Thursday, December 29, 2011

7Degree bike ride this morning. Woo

Saturday, December 24, 2011

Kim at Miss Woo kicks ASS!!!!!

Xmas eve breakfast at miss woo. Sounds like a perfect new tradition. Whos with me? 11ish?

Friday, December 23, 2011

I just made a list of galleries that show my work regulaly. That list is too damn short!!! Next year that will change.

Friday, December 16, 2011

Happy birthday Aaron Scott Holloway. love and miss you

Thursday, December 15, 2011

My computer is currently having a melt down. I may be gone for a while. leave a message after the beep..

Chicken Pot Pie Poisoning

Monday, December 12, 2011

I feel the need to inform you that i make i kicks ass clam chowder

Friday, December 9, 2011

Taking my 7 mile bike ride :)

Thursday, December 8, 2011

That was a brisk bike ride!!!

Sunday, December 4, 2011

3 hours of sleep is enough right?

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Crackers in bed. Deal with it. I do what i want!

Monday, November 21, 2011

Well this weekend was a fail. Didnt go mountain climbing and didnt make the train to boston.

Saturday, November 19, 2011

Sitting in miss woo waiting for my irish eggs benny :)

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

So wish i was hiking right now! Its beautiful out!!!

Friday, November 11, 2011

11.11.11 @ 11:11pm

Thursday, November 10, 2011

I wish i could "do over" this morning.

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Eating figs and enjoying some sun for lunch

Sunday, November 6, 2011

Getting out of the studio to do some mountain biking. :)

Tuesday, November 1, 2011


Sunday, October 30, 2011


Saturday, October 29, 2011

DAMNED exhibition

On October 27-29 2011 in Detroit comes an extraordinary assemblage of artists from across this world to display their most introspective creations at DAMNED IV – An Exhibition of Enlightened Darkness. From the infamous to the freshest of local and international talent, this prodigious congregation will allow us a glimpse within the diverse shadows of id and ego…of overall mind and encompassing soul guaranteed to intrigue, disturb, inspire or repulse. Rising from within the ashes of the historic institution of Devil’s Night, this is not Halloween-themed art but an immersion within the immeasurable realms of consciousness through an elegant ambiance of live strings and cirque/butoh-inspired performances.

There are 3 nights of DAMNED, each with its own distinct theme for the ambiance and performances that surround the exhibition…”The Darkness” (10/27), “The Enlightenment” (10/28) and “The Masquerade” (10/29). Each night also holds various unique features which include a VIP Preview with Artist Reception, a formal absinthe tasting courtesy of Kübler Blanche Absinthe, an elegant 13-dish strolling dinner prepared by the Caucus Club, exotic flavored honey wine samplings courtesy of B Nektar Meadery, a formal mask-mandatory masquerade ball, a lush Moroccan-inspired VIP mezzanine overlooking the gallery, a gallery store to purchase art, our Devil Girl hostesses and more. Please visit the “tickets” and “performances” sections for further details regarding each night.

SPECIAL GIVEAWAY: On all three nights of DAMNED, our wonderful Devil Girls will be selling raffle tickets to win a very special prize: The Detroit Deconstruction Skull Ring© created by Atelier Gothique. This ring, retailing at $980 US, is finely crafted from 316l surgical stainless steel custom alloy with black 3D reinforced ceramic inlay. The winning ticket will be randomly chosen on stage at 11pm on Saturday October 29th during the Masquerade Ball (winner need not be present to win and may choose an alternate design up to the retail value). All proceeds from the ticket sales will go to our favorite local charity Burners Without Borders to help feed and clothe those in need on our city streets.

Thank you Mary Urbes

The Skull and Skeleton in Art: Folk Art to Pop Culture
Date: Thursday, September 15, 2011 - Thursday, November 3, 2011
Location: The Gallery at Lakeland, Building "D", first floor
Description: The Skull and Skeleton in Art:
Folk Art - Pop Culture
September 15 - November 3, 2011
Artist Reception: Thursday, October 27, 2011, 7-9 PM

Friday, October 28, 2011

Holy crap. Two emails last night. LA wants 6 works to show with the other 3 and UT wants 17!!! Ok i should get crackin

Monday, October 24, 2011

On a train heading to boston. Too early

Sunday, October 23, 2011

MF Gallery


Saturday, October 8 at 7:00pm - November 3 at 10:00pm
MF Gallery
213 Bond St. (b/w Butler & Baltic)
Brooklyn, NY

from the FB invite:

"MF Gallery Kicks Off The Halloween Season With The Ninth Annual Halloween Art Show!

There’s a chill in the air and leaves are starting to fall from the trees… It’s that time of year again for curators Martina and Frank Russo to dig up the most ghoulish Halloween Art… Art that will spook even the most hardened trick-or-treaters!

This year's Halloween event features legendary cartoonist Peter Bagge, (Hate Comics) GWAR frontman Dave Brockie, (a.k.a. Oderus Urungus) the haunting imagery of Patrick "Star 27" Deignan, Toxictoons by Eric Pigors, anatomically eerie work by Scott Holloway, and more creepy art by: Drew Maillard, Joe Simko, Joanna Mulder, Edith Lebeau, Jeremy Hush, Matthew Kirscht, Paul Romano, Scarecrowoven, Chad Savage, Fernando Carpaneda, Eric Richardson, Christine Benjamin, Bob Scott, Martina Secondo Russo and Frank Russo; plus a Vintage Halloween installation by Kathleen Hayes.

The Opening Party, (On Saturday October 8th, 7-10pm) will be a Halloween Costume Party… Costumes are strongly encouraged and will be rewarded with free beer and candy! Admission is Free and open to all ages.

"MF Gallery's Ninth Annual Halloween Art Show" will be open by appointment until November 3, 2011. Contact Martina or Frank at (917)446-8681 or email: to make an appointment to see the show. All of the art will also be available for viewing and purchasing online at:

MF Gallery is located at 213 Bond Street, between Butler and Baltic Streets in the Gowanus area of Brooklyn, NY. Take the A or G to Hoyt/ Schermerhorn, the F or G to Bergen, or the R to Union.

Contact Martina Secondo Russo at (917)446-8681 or for appointments, questions or press inquiries.


I am showing my very first glow in the dark painting.

Saturday, October 22, 2011

30% off my prints at ralphs till 6. Come down!!

Monday, October 17, 2011

On the top of mt monadnock

Today im gonna climb a mountain

Saturday, October 1, 2011

trying to get around

this week my blog has been viewed in:

United States
United Kingdom
Hong Kong

Something very big may be happening today! Or maybe not.

Thursday, September 29, 2011

Free coffee today at 7/11

Monday, September 26, 2011

La Luz de Jesus 25

Billy Shire celebrates 25 years with huge group show & book

Part 1 opens October 7 & 8, 8–11 PM

Part 2 opens November 4 & 5, 8–11 PM

To celebrate 25 years of groundbreaking art shows, Billy Shire presents his biggest event ever: La Luz de Jesus 25, a major retrospective exhibition and companion book. The show, offering work by more than 260 artists who have exhibited at the gallery over the years, is so extensive that Shire has split it into two parts, each with two opening nights: part 1 opens October 7 and 8, and part 2 opens November 4 and 5. The list of participating artists is a veritable Who’s Who of art world luminaries. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see all these artists together in one show.

View the complete list of artists here.

View the artist roster for each month here.

The book, La Luz de Jesus 25: The Little Gallery That Could, features images of all the art in the show, a personal anecdote about Shire and the gallery written by each artist, essays by La Luz gallery directors and a foreword by Shire. The book is more than a simple record of the show. Taken together, the images and essays present a history of La Luz de Jesus through the eyes of the artists whose careers are intertwined with Shire and his gallery.

About La Luz de Jesus

Billy Shire opened La Luz de Jesus in 1986 to showcase the work of underground and folk artists largely ignored or dismissed by the legitimate art world. The first permanent gallery space to exhibit alternative art, La Luz quickly became famous as much for its splashy, raucous monthly opening parties as for the often outrageous and confrontational art on its walls. When choosing artists, Shire challenged received notions of “good taste” and “high art” and rejected the arbitrary but long-cherished distinction between commercial and fine art, embracing illustration, underground art, outsider art, animation, and comics, both underground and mainstream. As a result, many artists hugely successful today credit Shire with having launched their careers, and he is widely acknowledged as a seminal figure in contemporary art movements such as Lowbrow and Pop Surrealism.

For purchase questions or for more information, please contact gallery director Matt Kennedy at 323.666.7667 or La Luz de Jesus Gallery is located at 4633 Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90027.

Only folding bikes are allowed on the train during peek hours. Which is a large portion of the day

Saturday, September 24, 2011

I'm looking at my irish eggs benny from miss woo right now!

Friday, September 23, 2011

People that are happy to hear others succeed are broad minded. People that are jealous and upset of others success are small minded.

Friday, September 16, 2011

I just sent my first fax in my whole life!

Sunday, September 11, 2011

That DAMNED exhibition!

Just submitted work to the "Damned" exhibition. Fingers crossed!

Saturday, September 10, 2011

Sitting in miss worcester with a pretty lady

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

This climate doesnt suit me.

Monday, August 29, 2011

La Luz de Jesus 25

"The Five Energies"
Oil on panel
16" x 16"

I'm thrilled to be able to announce that I will be in the 25th Aniversary show at La Luz de Jesus Gallery in LA! It includes all artists that have had shows there in the last 25 years!! Little old me being one of the shows in 2009.

The show will also have a published book of all the artwork in the show which is a second win! To be able to be included in this book and this gallery is outstanding as La Luz has pretty much created the Pop Surealism Movement!

The show is so big it is being split into two shows. Each part/month of the show has 3 opening nights:

Part 1: October 6, 7, 8; Part 2: November 3, 4, 5

Thursday, 9pm to midnight: private artists reception

Friday & Saturday, 8 to 11pm: public openings

La Luz de Jesus 25: Artists by Month
Part 1: Opening October 6, 7, 8
Thursday, 9 pm–midnight: Private Artists Reception
Friday & Saturday, 8–11 pm: Public Openings

Jennybird Alcantara
Marco Almera
David Anderle
Rick Araluce
Robert Armstrong
Roberto Baldazzini
Paul Barnes
Glenn Barr
Lou Beach
Vicki Berndt
Cathie Bleck
Jon Bok
Walter Bortolossi
Scott G. Brooks
Calef Brown
Ken Brown
Mark Bryan
Robert Burden
Kalynn Campbell
Christian Clayton
Rob Clayton
Joe Coleman
R.S. Connett
Dave Cooper
Lisa Crafts
Bryan Cunningham
Glen C. Davies
Alfredo de Batuc
Gerald de Jesus
Alex de Leon
Georganne Deen
Marc Dennis
Daniel Martin Díaz
Sam Doyle
Myron Conan Dyal
Brice Eichelberger
Bruce Eichelberger
P-Jay Fidler
Matt Fink
Tony Fitzpatrick
Mary Fleener
Alan Forbes
Don Fritz
Gregg Gibbs
Mark Gleason
Paul Glynn
Ralfka Gonzalez
Josh Gosfield
Bruce Gossett
Phillip Graffham
Matt Groening
Tamara Guion
Don Ed Hardy
Scott Harrison
Ric Heitzman
Al Honig
Jason Houchen
Norma Jones
Damara Kaminecki
Christine Karas-Gough
Dean Karr
Norbert H. Kox
Frank Kozik
Krystine Kryttre
Stacy Lande
Jon Langford
Craig LaRotonda
Laura Levine
Laurie Lipton
Alpha Lubicz
Sam Lubicz
Snow Mack
Jason Maloney
Hudson Marquez
Lyn Mayer
Matjames Metson
Sergio Mora
Iva Morris
Victor Moscoso
Stanley Mouse
Clare O'Callaghan
Manuel Ocampo
Mu Pan
Gary Panter
Robert Pasternak
Lisa Petrucci
Gail Potocki
Matthew Price
Moritz Reichelt
Brent Riley
Chris Roberts-Antieau
Francisco Rodriguez
Spain Rodriguez
Jonathon Rosen
Isabel Samaras
Corey Sandelius
David Sandlin
Judith Schaechter
Kim Scott
Anna Sea
Jacqueline Shepard
Aaron Smith
Owen Smith
Alyson Souza
Karl Stalnaker
Stanislav Szukalski
Yoko Tanaka
Gary Taxali
Michael Teague
Pol Turgeon
Christopher Umana
Elizabeth Uyehara
Sarita Vendetta
Trici Venola
Nicola Verlato
Byron Werner
Robert Williams
Suzanne Williams
S. Clay Wilson
Martin Wittfooth
Dennis Worden
Trevor Young

La Luz de Jesus 25: Artists by Month
Part 2: Opening November 3, 4, 5
Thursday, 9 pm–midnight: Private Artists Reception
Friday & Saturday, 8–11 pm: Public Openings

Ray Martin Abeyta
Jessicka Addams
Carrie Ann Baade
Ana Bagayan
Shawn Barber
Bill Barminski
Gary Baseman
Humberto Batista
Wayne Martin Belger
Tim Biskup
Mark Bodnar
Frijol Boy
Michael Brown
Graham Chaffee
Albert Chow
Saiman Chow
JAW Cooper
Torii B. Cooper
Freddy Corbin
Jason D'Aquino
Steven Daily
Jessica Dalva
John de Fazio
Patrick "Star27" Deignan
David Dexter
Bob Dob
Daniel Elson
Catalina Estrada
Al Farrow
Eric Finzi
Warren Fitzgerald
Damian Fulton
Lauren Gardiner
Massimo Giacon
Frieda Gossett
Max Grundy
Raul Guerrero
Walt Hall
Howard Hallis
Derek Harrison
Samantha Harrison
Jim Heimann
Danny Heller
Fiona Hewitt
Scott Holloway
Scott Hove
Karen Hsiao
Michael Hussar
Charlie Immer
Jordin Isip
Jennifer Jelenski
Jill Jordan
Jessica Joslin
Eric Joyner
Yumiko Kayukawa
Magda Keriakos
Susie Ketchum
Miran Kim
Caia Koopman
Bari Kumar
Dennis Larkins
Dave Leamon
Daniel Lim
José Rodolfo Loaiza
Carl Lozada
Danni Shinya Luo
Chris Mars
Aaron Marshall
Elizabeth McGrath
Tara McPherson
Jason Mecier
Miss Mindy
Click Mort
Mark Mothersbaugh
Lyle Motley
Scott Musgrove
Joel Nakamura
Mitch O'Connell
Brian O'Connor
Jayme Odgers
Nathan Ota
Misato Otake
Tammi Otis
Robert Palacios
Brad Parker
Cristina Paulos
Daniel Peacock
Marion Peck
Mark Atomos Pilon
The Pizz
Jenn Porreca
John Puglisi
Rob Reger
Bonni Reid
Lesley Reppeteaux
Martha Rich
Noble Richardson
Mark Ryden
Samvel Saghatelian
Krystopher Sapp
Van Saro
Jonathan Shaw
Peter Shire
Dale Sizer
Morgan Slade
Joe Sorren
Mike Sosnowski
SiMON Sotelo
Andy Steele
Joanne Stephens
Gin Stevens
Adam Strange
Hui Tan
Ken Tanaka
Tim Tate
Miles Thompson
Cameron Tiede
Mark Todd
Yosuke Ueno
Christopher Ulrich
Shawn Warcot
Thomas Wargin
Heather Watts
Mel Weiner
Eric White
Marc Willey
Jasmine Worth
Christine Wu

Friday, August 19, 2011

Morbid Anatomy covers Corpus Illuminata

Thursday, August 18, 2011

New record. Home to down town on bike 7 minutes.

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Corpus Illuminata, Detroit

Corpus Illuminata ~ An Anatomic Interpretation

In the Evening of the 12th and 13th Day of August 2011, it will be unveiled an extraordinary exposition of biological and medical exploration entitled Corpus Illuminata - An Anatomic Interpretation. Hosted within the District VII Gallery in Detroit, this unique event will consist of one part exhibition of anatomic-inspired artwork, one part museum of medical antiquities and one part academia of accredited presentations.

The exhibition portion will feature 33 artistic explorations from 24 artists local and across the nation. Within the museum portion, collectors of Victorian-era medical instruments, quackery and oddities will bring together their cherished pieces to re-create themed display rooms ranging from surgical to mortuary. On stage, various speakers will present and discuss a variety of topics that include human anatomy, psychology, the history of contraception, the chemistry of herbal supplements and other intriguing subject matters.

Video installations within the venue will be feature films and videos ranging from historical medical experimentations, human autopsies, artistic interpretations and more. The ambiance is supplied by Life Toward Twilight from the new CD "I Swear By All The Flowers", which explores memories from the end of the Nineteenth Century through a sound collage from antique sources, including music boxes, ticking grandfather clocks, steam trains, wax cylinder recordings, early mechanical factories and old voices. Also, gelatos, gelato floats and flavored teas, courtesy of the Detroit Tea Company, will be served within our apothecary-themed health bar.

The doors open at 6pm on both evenings until midnight and all ages are welcome, however discretion must be advised due to some graphic medical content.

Admission is only five dollars.

We do hope you join us.

Corpus Illuminata ~ An Anatomic Interpretation
August 12 & 13 2011 - District VII Gallery - Detroit

District VII Gallery, 2690 Wight Street, Detroit, MI 48207


Corpus Illuminata Artists

Allison Gardiner (MI)
Ash Sivils (TN)
Ashley Marnich (MN)
Aunia Kahn (IL)
Colm McCarthy (WI)
Danielle Rittenhouse (NM)
Eve Noir (MI)
Jack O. Summers (MI)
Joseph Ferraro (MI)
Jello Jeff Hocking (MI)
Ken Hales (WA)
Kim Hoxworth (MI)
Lindsey Harnish (MI)
Mariandra X (OH)
Mike Dereniewski (MI)
Paige Reynolds (Canada)
Ryan LaVoisin (MI)
Scott Holloway (MA)
Spilt Sugar (MA)
Tim Pewe (MI)
Tradd Featherstone (MI)
Shanta Ambady (MI)
Vincent Castiglia (NY)


Corpus Illuminata Presenters (w/scheduled time each night)

8pm md 20/20 "The Human Anatomy" - MD, Wayne State School of Medicine

9pm Meghann Murray "The Chemistry of Herbal Supplements" - Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry, University of Detroit Mercy

10pm Kristine Diven "The History of Psychiatry" - Owner of District VII Gallery, Artist Photographer & Medical Antiquity Collector

11pm Lianna Trimble "Contraception: Accident vs. Intention" - Artist & Student of Historical Science & Medicine, Oakland Community College

Wish you were here: Necropolis

Necropolis Group Exhibition

Opening Reception

JULY 16, 2011
9:00-12:00 PM

The Congregation Gallery • 7569 Melrose • Hollywood CA 90046

Participating artists:
Nikko Hurtado • Christopher Peters • Cam Rackam • Christopher Ulrich • Arjen Tuiten • Tatomir • Larkin • Dan Harding • Carlos Rojas • Cliff Wallace • Scott Holloway • Buddy Nestor • Jeremy Cross • Kelly Vetter • Mistiis • Matt Hurtado • Steve Rodgers • Jason Soles • Dean Fleming • John Haley III • Jeffery Figeroua • Corey Urlacker • Aunia Kahn • Christopher Conte • John Charles • DisSpain • Mary J. Sheridan • Jethaniel Peterka • Benoit Polveche • dAeve Fellows • Christopher Moonlight • Kolaboy • Kristen Forbes-Mullane • David Hill • Cory Benhatzel • Liv Rainey-Smith • Marcin Owczarek • Chad Savage • Don Farrel • GAK • the Creep • Michael Carbonaro • Kevin Wilson • Jason Hernandez • Tony Cupstid • Zac Shiffer • Michael McDevitt • Kat Gun • Travis Smith • Nathan Cartwright • Diego "Yeyo" Aguirre • Diana Comstock • Sean Chappell • Scarecrowoven • Thomas Monauni
The Main wall on the left. My three paintings are in this group.

The Reception overview and a photographer at the reception.
Artists at the reception.

Something big this friday!!!!!

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Beware the ides of august!

Spring rolls, sushi, fresh air and a pretty lady. good lunch!

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

So as i bike from auburn to woo in the rain(7 miles) i realize that you can only get So wet. so for the rest of the way home i laugh at you rain! Ha!

Thursday, August 4, 2011

20 minutes to take the bus down town. Bike: 9 minutes

Wednesday, August 3, 2011


Saturday, July 30, 2011

She has the tentacles in her purse.

In a cemetery in salem

Friday, July 29, 2011

Weekend starting in T-10 minutes!

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Three paintings heading to detroit!

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Customizing my bike

Looks like an interesting bike ride home.

Monday, July 25, 2011

Left over green curry yes!


Sunday, July 24, 2011

From Beyond

Showing in the Red Room Gallery at Fools Mansion in Salem, MA.
My work called "From Beyond" is the same as the show title. It happened to by my favorite story by HP Lovecraft. It deals with awakening long lost senses in us. Parts of our body like the Pineal Gland once served a purpose and they are brought back to use.

From a site about the Pineal Gland:

"The pineal gland's location deep in the brain seems to intimate hidden importance. In the days before its function as a physical eye that could see beyond space-time was discovered, it was considered a mystery linked to superstition and mysticism.

Today it is associated with the sixth chakra whose awakening is linked to prophecy and and increased psychic awareness as consciousness ascends"

In my image I wanted to show the pineal gland as the third eye. Awaken by the machine the scientist created, it was able to see things not seen before. The cone shaped beams of sight illustrates that the drips on the page were actually little creatures that have been there all the time.

Friday, July 15, 2011

Featured in Blank Canvas Magazine

My new painting (one of 3) in the "Necropolis" exhibition in Hollywood was featured in Blank Canvas Magazine

Saturday, July 2, 2011


Necropolis Group Exhibition

Opening Reception

JULY 16, 2011
9:00-12:00 PM

The Congregation Gallery • 7569 Melrose • Hollywood CA 90046

Participating artists:
Nikko Hurtado • Christopher Peters • Cam Rackam • Christopher Ulrich • Arjen Tuiten • Tatomir • Larkin • Dan Harding • Carlos Rojas • Cliff Wallace • Scott Holloway • Buddy Nestor • Jeremy Cross • Kelly Vetter • Mistiis • Matt Hurtado • Steve Rodgers • Jason Soles • Dean Fleming • John Haley III • Jeffery Figeroua • Corey Urlacker • Aunia Kahn • Christopher Conte • John Charles • DisSpain • Mary J. Sheridan • Jethaniel Peterka • Benoit Polveche • dAeve Fellows • Christopher Moonlight • Kolaboy • Kristen Forbes-Mullane • David Hill • Cory Benhatzel • Liv Rainey-Smith • Marcin Owczarek • Chad Savage • Don Farrel • GAK • the Creep • Michael Carbonaro • Kevin Wilson • Jason Hernandez • Tony Cupstid • Zac Shiffer • Michael McDevitt • Kat Gun • Travis Smith • Nathan Cartwright • Diego "Yeyo" Aguirre • Diana Comstock • Sean Chappell • Scarecrowoven • Thomas Monauni

work in progress

If Cupid shoots you with a golden arrow and makes you fall in love, who comes and pulls the arrow out and makes you fall out of love? Cupid also has an arrow made of lead of discord.

"Reaper of Love and Discord" work in progress for the "Necropolis" group exhibition at the Congregation Gallery in Hollywood.

"Reaper of Love and Discord"
Scott Holloway

Saturday, June 18, 2011

i love her cupid's arrow

Saturday, June 11, 2011

Drawing from beyond

Monday, June 6, 2011

Music Posters at the Rabbit Hole

Several posters of my work are in a show at the Rabbit Hole in Fitchburg, MA. The show is music themed so I made up these two posters specifically for the show. Each poster is only $20!!! They are 18 x 24 and you can contact the shop if you are interested. (They ship internationally)

Wednesday, June 1, 2011


Just had a great lunch with a pretty lady

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

$54 for a pair of chucks!

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

If cupid shoots an arrow and makes you fall in love, who comes and pulls the arrow out and makes you fall out of love?

Friday, May 20, 2011

To ensure your entrance through those pearly gates when the rapture comes, do a good deed and send all money and worldly wealth to scott holloway.

Thursday, May 19, 2011

Only 5 more hours of work left :/

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Dear pollen;. Im getting a restraining order!. Stay away from me!


Friday, May 6, 2011

This is the last day of my solo show at secret society gallery!

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

I smell rain

Saturday, April 23, 2011

Laundry and painting

Friday, April 22, 2011

Dear jesus; sorry but this burger is calling me!

The clock at city hall is dead.

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Ive got work to do but im stuck at work

Monday, April 18, 2011

Current Shows!

Current shows up right now for viewing:

Also, extended viewing of my painting at La Luz de Jesus Gallery

"Memento Mori II"

Some of my work available at Strychnin Gallery in Berlin:

"Adam I"

"Skull and Crossbones II"

"Adam XI"
From the "The Mad Potters Tea Party" at Strychnin

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