Sunday, April 29, 2007

Jerusalem Art Exhibition

Currently one of my paintings is being displayed in the Barbur Gallery in Jerusalem. The opportunity really came out of the blue when the event's organizer (idiot the wise) asked me to be a part of the exhibition. I had no idea he was familiar with my guerilla art works. So I was really honored to be asked. I was even more honored when I saw the roster of other influential street artists and photographers (from all over the world) participating in the exhibition. Needless to say this has been a real highlight in my guerilla art endeavors.

Here are the links to the Barbur Gallery and Curator, Idiot the Wise.

Thursday, April 26, 2007

Meijer's Brand Ice Cream


Here's an illustrated ice cream bar I did for Denali Flavor's awhile back. Due to the way the ice cream industry works I never know when or where some of my illustrations will be used. In this case it was on a Meijer's brand.

Saturday, April 21, 2007

Video Blog - My Painting Studio

Here's a quick video segment of my painting studio. The video depicts a bunch of paintings I created during a two and a half evening painting marathon. I was pretty tired cranking out these pieces so when I went to video tape the "aftermath" I didn't bother cleaning up first.

Thursday, April 12, 2007

Recent Paintings

I've received a lot of comments from people enjoying my girl paintings. So here's some more.

Friday, April 06, 2007

Jerusalem Guerilla Art

I was recently approached by "Idiot the Wise" a.k.a. "Inspire" for an art trade. I was definitely honored to be sought out by ITW. To say he's a street art advocate would be an understatement.

To classify ITW is nearly impossible but he certainly does live up to his other pseudonym... Inspire. Here's his web site:

In addition to a pirate painting, I'll be sending this batch of Sharpie drawings to be placed in public places around Jerusalem (where ITW lives). Hopefully, I'll receive some photos of where some were placed.

Tuesday, April 03, 2007

Guerilla Art - First Batch of 2007

17"x34" cardboard paintings. Hopefully, when the weather breaks, these pieces will be left in public places for people to find....