So I realize my last post was two weeks ago, so here are a few of many things I have been working on. The final image which I never quite managed to get of Magritte the Mayor. All ink drawings on paper or vellum, using Microns, and Rapidograph pens. Also, more info to come on these events soon, but here goes, upcoming Rockies Baseball juried show, Art and Car group show being hosted by El Muerte and HellDorados, solo show Summer kick-off at Broken Bread, dates TBA, in addition to Project Hello.......information about all events to come very soon, stay tuned.



On friday May 7th, my good friend and amazing artist Harrison Nealey will be exhibiting a solo show of new works at the one and only Rebellion. Often times when I view works of abstraction, or color fields, linear and sporadic compositional pieces, I still feel an appreciation for creativity on this level but find myself somewhat detached from the work, no matter how much I tend to like it. With Harrison's work, I am drawn into these worlds that are created with more of a refined touch and through this still take and destroy common form, but in a way that grabs my attention and love for color and composition. The work has to be seen in person to make your own version of his truly visionary universe. Hope to see you there on May 7th, from 7-10pm.



Been busy with a few different projects since I've been back, but I did manage to escape to the wonderful Body Worlds and the Story of the Heart this week. Wonderful and artistic view of human and animal anatomy from the mind of Gunther Von Hagens, and the Institute for Plastination in Germany. I only had about 45 minutes to sketch, focusing most of my attention on The Kneeling Dancer, I will be returning for some long poses with the numerous specimens on display. The process is fascinating, and the arterial specimens are out of this world, somehow dissolving away all soft tissue and bone and leaving only plastinated arteries and blood vessels, amazing! I highly recommend stopping by and taking in this wonderful exhibit. Also the Body Worlds of Animals has just gone on display in Germany! Even more exciting, hopefully that will make it to the mile high soon.