One of the many side projects that I’m taking on this year is sending out some mail art to interested friends, family, fans and whomever else signs up to receive some!
On a quick visit to visit family, I once again got roped into painting a mural for one of my nephews. They both are very hard to say no to, so I loaded up on the barest of supplies and got started on the mural.
Here’s some recently collected images from corners of America, starting in Missouri with Best Choice Brands own Dr. Choice.
A number of years a go a good friend of mine asked if Iwould do a commission for him. My initial enthusiasm was heightened when he told me he wanted a Max Beckmann copy. After I finished up some projects, I got to work on this fun commission.
There will be a open studio & sale at Michael Schliefke’s studio in Northeast Kansas City on Saturday, May 25 from 10am – 3pm.
With time careening away at a seemingly mind boggling pace, my to-do list has grown to epic proportions. With April I struck back at the list. Here’s some of the things that kept me busy this month.
In the hours after the fire that destroyed the roof of Paris’ Notre Dame Cathedral, French President Macron made a promise to rebuild the spire within five years. This ambitious timeline was met with the instant debate of whether the roof and spire would be modern or traditional. As the debate continues, here are some…
Art is a racket.Selling art, buying art, making art. It all sucks. Art stores are a racket. Why does every art supply have a list price that is approximately 128% higher than the advertised price the art store is willing to price that item?
A trip to Omaha to install an Iron Giant leaves me thinking about KC’s own Alamo Drafthouse on Mainstreet.
High school is a pretty stupid time in everybody’s life. Despite all the dumb traditions, poorly taught classes, bored teachers and awkward social environments, you can still come away with little nuggets of wisdom that stay with you for the rest of your life. This is a story of what stuck with me.