Friday, April 29, 2011

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Miniature animals.

Working on a group of small paintings of animals for an upcoming little show/sale in my neck of the woods. Putting ghostly things on hold just for a bit. 




"Scout Hall" is a very cool little location here in Bremerton. A couple of friends with a wonderful eye for design and all things lovely have converted a vintage Scout meeting hall into a wonderful venue for shows, dinners and just hanging out with good people. 


I'll have a total of 8 animal watercolors available. 
And of course, I'm always sketching, regardless of what I'm painting. Here's the latest from the sketchbook.



Lastly, it looks as if my work has made it onto the Hi-Fructose Magazine Blog!

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Woodkid.

Derek showed me this video yesterday. I'm quite fond of it and the music.

Woodkid - Iron from WOODKID on Vimeo.

Artists Help Japan Auction!

Found information for this on Audrey Kawasaki's livejournal and thought I would spread the word.
You can see it here.

There are some really wonderful pieces and it goes to a great cause.
More info here.
Direct link to the ebay auction page here.

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Ghostly entrails searching...

Been reading this little gem lately. 


A detailed account of various supernatural and occult stories from all over the world. 
An interesting fact: " It was considered by the Romans to be a curse for a man to die the last of his line. Consequently, so that the dead would not be too lonely, they were buried by the roadside so that their spirits could be cheered by the greetings of those who passed.
Despite the tendency of spirits to haunt the locale of their burial places, they were generally believed by the Romans to inhabit a specific underworld beneath the earth."

The sketch below is based on a demon who becomes separated from its body at night to take pray on human victims. The head must return to the body by daybreak or the demon will be destroyed.