J'adore 80's era imagery from Fiorruci.
Slowly progress is being made on our leetle friend.
Detail shots from this afternoon's work in progress.
Feel like braving the rain this weekend? The popular Day of the Dead show at the Guardino Gallery is celebrating it's 10th anniversary until October 23rd. The gallery is wall to wall with the work of over 50 artists who have created work in every possible medium (including glorious duct tape!) commemorating our ancestors and departed loved ones.
Gallery 135 also have their Honor Thy Music show up until the end of the month. My piece of fellow Texan Janis Joplin is in such good company among the other deceased greats of musical history. Many thanks, again, to Alea Bone for inviting me to participate in this show! For more information about the show, check out their Faceplace page here.
It may be overcast and pouring down rain out there today but I've got a fire going in the wood stove, rock n roll music on my radio and this beauty on the table. All is good.
School is in session.
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Many thanks to camera shy gal pal Dre-From-Back-in-the-Day for carrying me over to the Guardino Gallery yesterday to drop off Birth School Work Death for their annual Day of the Dead show.
Dre and I fell in love with Mark Clarson's glass animals. Y'all should try and stop by Guardino before his show comes down on the 27th.
Then come back to the gallery on Thursday, September 29th to see the Day of the Dead show. Hope to run into you there!
Close to wrapping up work on my skulls for Guardino Gallery's annual Day of the Dead show opening Thursday, September 29th.
Burn it all. Burn everything.
Saturday morning still lifes.
Slow and steady progress being made on my Day of the Dead skulls.
I got skulls on the brain, on my work table and one in my head.
Good morning, World! Hope y'all had a great Labor Day. Now back to work!
A rainy Saturday afternoon in the studio with coffee, skulls and the sweet sounds of yesteryear playing on my radio. How did I get so lucky?!