Painting No. 69: The Bunnies

This piece is part of “The Last Record Shop” show at Public Pool that opens September 6th. Both the sleeve and the record itself have been directly painting on instead of being printed on. For a bit of an Easter Egg, the cannibalized record is by The Animals *wink wink*.

Painting No. 44: Anchor
This one I actually made for myself. I’m decorating my bedroom with a nautical theme and wanted a cute anchor to go in there ^_^

Painting No. 44: Anchor

This one I actually made for myself. I’m decorating my bedroom with a nautical theme and wanted a cute anchor to go in there ^_^

Station Identification!I’ve been seeing these popping up on Tumblr lately, and I think it is brilliant. Quite simply, a station identification is a list of the other places you can find me and my work on the web complied into a handy list. I also used it as an excuse to make an illustration for painting #25 of 100.
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Station Identification!
I’ve been seeing these popping up on Tumblr lately, and I think it is brilliant. Quite simply, a station identification is a list of the other places you can find me and my work on the web complied into a handy list. I also used it as an excuse to make an illustration for painting #25 of 100.

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cracked:

lesmouches:

Only acceptable response.

So acceptable it has its own honest-to-goodness portrait:

True Story: Someone liked that painting so much they stole it from my booth at the DIY Street Fair last year.

The love from Cracked soothes my broken heart, though.

"Maker’s Mark"Watercolor & Ink6 x 9”#24 of 100 paintings
That isn’t a spelling mistake on the bottle. I never noticed until I started working on this piece, but Maker’s Mark spells it “whisky” instead of “whiskey” on the label.

"Maker’s Mark"
Watercolor & Ink
6 x 9”
#24 of 100 paintings

That isn’t a spelling mistake on the bottle. I never noticed until I started working on this piece, but Maker’s Mark spells it “whisky” instead of “whiskey” on the label.