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Sunday, May 30, 2010

Choice Splints

A journey into the interior.
A scouting mission in Cooperstown.
An installation mission in Saranac Lake.
Choice Splints: Muck, mire, and sublimated desire.
Opens Thursday.

Wednesday, May 26, 2010


There are magical and mysterious wonders all around us.
We don’t really need to visit some exotic place to visit some exotic place.
And if we need to visit some exotic place to feel alive,
we are likely already dead.
Or deadened.
Which means the sought for feeling will not be attendant.
Though what an awe filled wonder to experience unknown environs.
Desert islands.
Dark jungles full of singing creatures and hidden killers.
Do you know what sacred means?

Here is my newest submission to Smoke Signal.
I don’t yet know if the Comicsarchangel Gabriel will use it.
But hopefully.

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Made in Red Hook

I just finished a poster for a group show I am involved in, which opens the 22nd. The name of the show is Made in Red Hook. As the title would imply the show is comprised of artists who live and/or work in Red Hook, a lovely and surreal neighborhood. I don’t know all of the artists involved, but based on the ones I do know it will be quite an eclectic mix of perspectives and styles.

The show will open on Saturday 22May10 at the Lucky Gallery, 176 Richards St. The opening will endure from 7-10pm, and the show will be up until 13Jun10.

Unfortunately, I will not be in attendance at the opening. I will be on my way back from a dark and mysterious adventure in the wilds of Mexico. If you can make it out have a drink for me!

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Dark Meat: the Aftermath

The opening for my show Dark Meat at O’Barone was last night. It was quite enjoyable, to me at least, and below are some images from the event.

I am also embedding an interview the Dreamy Dreamer Alessandro Spreafico of Contaminate NYC conducted with me preceding the show.

Photos courtesy of the sharp eyed Melanie McLean. Thanks Melanie.
Man-about-town Mr Jackson was ready to greet the visitors, play, and/or explain any of the works. Or bounce people, if need be.

Rob and Carol used to live next door to each other in Chicago and met here for the first time since! So great.

Andrew studies and evaluates.

Thank you so much to all of you that were able to make it out!