Monday, December 27, 2021

Art Review

It occured to me that I've been remiss in posting magazine, social media and newspaper reviews of my work. So, that being said, I'll begin posting

Monday, May 10, 2021

I spent a little time grabbing a few photos from the documentary: "Never Surrender: Galaxy Quest" of amazing actor "Enrico Colantoni" wearing my "Redneck Teddy" t-shirt design. The documentary is almost a couple of years old but I just viewed it, so it's new to me. I guess now I can say, "As seen in film and on tv." Enjoy the photos.

Thursday, August 20, 2020

Boating on the Thames

You know, it occurred to me that even though I have 3 websites where anyone can go and view my art. You all may not be aware of the stories behind some of my art. You're all probably familiar with my teddys, but how much do you know about my other art? So, I'm going to rectify that. I'll post a painting a week with the story behind the piece. Hopefully, you'll get more insight into my art and to me as an artist. Here's the first piece. This piece is called "Boating on the Thames" (3 Black Swans). When I was working in England, for the first 3 months I lived in a mechanics cottage on the estate of some English Lord in a little town called "Bourne End". Parts of it looked like something right out of a Harry Potter film. Anyway, when I wasn't working (doing computer graphics), I had the time to take a little dingy that was moored to a little wharf near my cottage and row from this little tributary out onto the Thames River. This painting is a photograph of a scene I saw while rowing on the Thames. Now you may say to yourself, while there are some mountains and hilly areas in England, there certainly aren't any near the Thames This is true but an artist does have an artist license to improve a scene and make it more interesting. It's painted in acrylic and is 24 X 30.

Saturday, September 15, 2018

Video from Intersections Exhibit

A link to the video that was taken at the Korean Cultural Center for the exhibit "Intersections". Out of 200 artist submitting 500 entries, they chose 44 pieces from 23 artists. I had two pieces in the exhibit. See if you can find my teddys.

Sunday, September 2, 2018

Just wanted to share with you all, some of the activities at NudeArt L.A., opening Sept. 8th:

Sunday, August 5, 2018

Been very active for the past few months. Wish I could afford a P.A. I had an exhibit reception Friday night, I had one last night, I drop off a painting on Mon. for a reception the following Sun. and I drop off 2 paintings for a reception at the Korean Cultural Center for a reception the following week and I'll have several pieces in the Nude Art L.A. exhibit coming up in Sept. plus I'm making a few t-shirt sales on my Merch by Amazon site and I'll soon have a Google business listing. Plus attending a few business workshops/seminars and making some connections to promote my teddys. I'm tired just reading all the stuff I've been doing lately. Oh yeah, and I teach art lessons 3 days a week in Pasadena. Whew!!

Thursday, June 7, 2018

Been a while since I've posted and this post has nothing to do with my teddys. I just thought it was funny and wanted to share this story.Funny story but a little background first. I purchase a vitamin pak called Animal Pak from Universal Nutrition. At one time, they ran a promotion. which included a yellow t-shirt with the word Animal printed on the front, free with one's order. Now, that being said, i wore the shirt to my Physical Therapy office today. Did my routine and then as I was leaving, an elderly woman in her mid-70's, walking with a cane, had just entered the therapy area. She stared at my shirt and said," Ahn-ni-mal, Oh! Animal, Well, look at you, And then in a sort of sexy voice, said, "Yes, you are". and then she giggled to herself. We both started laughing. Made my day.