• Posters: "Let A Hundred Futures Bloom" signed print on semi-gloss 100 lb. cardstock.
• Giclées: Signed and numbered (series of 25) high quality archival print on canvas. Finished with a colorfast UV gloss varnish, stretched on 3/4" bars, and shipped with hanging hardware.
Painted live at 2008-11-14 at The Granada and 2010-02-18 at Quixotes' True Blue to the music of Robert Randolph Family Band, Brody Buster Band, Swashbuckler, Coult 45 with Echo DaFunk, Royale, DMTree, and AnimalTek. 24"x16", oil & acrylic pens on masonite.
In the last few weeks I have continued to elaborate and reinterpret older work, throwing new layers and features into paintings I once considered complete and bringing them to deeper depths and shinier sheens. It's like opening up a time capsule and finding out that a jungle grew in there unbeknownst to anyone. I guess it's a little more like psychotherapy: going back into the fray, digging in, and making a humble but persistent effort until satisfying integration is achieved.
This one: Flowers blooming out of the TV screen, the birth of a fusion between the electronic crystal and photosynthetic fluid. A few different metallic paints give this one a crazy luminescent effect as you walk by. Another lovely night with my peeps in The Mile High Sound Movement.
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