Saturday, November 15, 2008

Grand Small Works @ FUEL

Lunar Moth, Virtue, Grackle, St. George

I got some good news the other day; my submission to the F.U.E.L. Gallery's Grand Small Works Show was accepted. You can see the above pieces as well as a ton of other artists at the opening on December 5th. Here's the full info for the show- hope to see you there:

When: December 5th, 6-9pm

The F.U.E.L. Collection

249 Arch Street Philadelphia, PA 19106

Phone: 215-592-8400

Fax: 215-592-1280

Thursday, November 13, 2008


6.3x11", pencil and digital

This is the next piece, Winter, in the Seasons show coordinated by the Autumn Society. There's a clear focus on cool colors, and a night sky with dawn breaking only slightly.

Sunday, November 9, 2008

Winter Sketch

Hoping to have enough time between projects to work this up to a finish, here's my sketch for a Winter piece. I'm looking forward to getting into the finish and hoping that all 4 will be done for the eventual Autumn Society show sometime in May.

Saturday, November 8, 2008

Watchmen Opening and a Sketch

The Children of the Watchmen show was a great night. The above picture was taken before we opened, so I got a good shot of most of the wall before the crowds came- the show was packed almost the entire time after that. Congrats to the Philadelphia Cartoonists' Society for putting on a more than successful show and thanks to everyone who came out!

Here's a sketch for another Autumn Society project- Dia de los Muertos. I'm starting that aforementioned big project soon so I hope to have all the other personal projects wrapped up soon. Thanks all.

Tuesday, November 4, 2008


Thank you, America, for choosing hope over fear. You had me worried for a second.

Sunday, November 2, 2008

Autumn, le fin

11.75x16", red pencil and digital

Here's the finish for my contribution to the Autumn Society's themed show, Seasons. Autumn- the first chill breeze, the changing leaves. The sky is something of a dusk setting because really, autumn is the dusk of the year- fading warmth and fading trees, as the cold grows in the air.

I tried a few new things with mark making, texture, and lines, and that's the great thing about the personal work- trying new things that I can bring into my professional pieces. There's talk that we're having a gallery show of all of the themed work that we've done over at the Autumn Society so look for more news about it.