As usual, it’s been quite some time since I’ve posted. However, I’d like to give you a quick update on what’s ahead for the rest of 2018…
- A 193-foot-long mural in Ballard
- A temporary sculpture in Shoreline, as part of the city’s Groundswell program
- A fun residential mural in collaboration with Urban Artworks
- Neighbors, a 4Culture funded group of temporary mixed media murals on vacant buildings in King County
- And some studio projects!
Keep your eyes peeled and enjoy the summer!
It’s been a loooong time, but if nothing else, I have to post this year’s holiday card. I hope you all find time to relax with loved ones and enjoy some eggnog (or whatever your go-to holiday treat may be).
I finally got some good pics of this guy from the fall. He was so much fun to make and I’m so happy to finally share him!
Clearly, I’m super late on posting this, but rest assured, this card was sent out to my contacts before the holidays!
I’m so excited that Ball Machine was printed in this month’s Sculpture Magazine, along with other AlloyPGH projects and a great article about the awesome stuff happening in Pittsburgh!
The original photo for this painting was taken by the super talented Lindsay Thomas. We’re hoping to turn some more of her beautiful ballet photos into paintings in the near future!
untitled. 2016. oil on panel. 24 x 36. $1800
These are a few more wedding commissions… Believe it or not, they were for two different couples.
The Urbanist, a local blog dedicated to public policy and improving the quality of city life, asked me to write a guest article on ‘Ribbon’. Have a look at my attempts to describe what I think should be the role of temporary public art…
Ribbon and Renewal
‘Ribbon’ was created for the Washington State Convention Center as a temporary work of art, brightening up the future site of their expansion slated for 2017. Check it out in the mural section for more photos and process pics!