Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Maeg O'Donoghue-Williams

I just finished this poster for Maeg O'Donoghue-Williams, a talented Seattle singer. Maeg sings traditional Javanese music as well as original compositions. If you can't catch her at this recital, you will be able to hear her perform at the opening of my new show, Fog & Other Mysteries on May 2nd. Catch her if you can, because soon she will be flying across the Pacific to study her adopted music at its source.
My reception will also feature the music of Maggie Kim on accordion, who can be seen performing at the Pink Door every Thursday.
For a sneak peak of a painting in progress (and a silly picture) click here.

Sunday, April 13, 2008

Hard Candy

Crocodiles will do all sorts of neat tricks to get a giant lollipop.
Look how excited the little guy is.

Thursday, April 10, 2008


study for The Oral Tradition
Charcoal on Paper

We're entering the home stretch for "Fog & Other Mysteries." The paintings are lining up, and I am preparing for a new semester.
While I get the work together, I am also working on other projects and booking new shows. Next March I'll be showing "the Voyage of the Manticore" at the Joe Bar on Capital Hill. Look for new Hard Candy posters, and there's a chance that I'll be seeing some interesting print possibilities in the near future.
I'll be posting images of all the paintings in "Fog & Other Mysteries" on the morning of the opening. Presales will be handled by Gallery 070.