Friday, May 22, 2009

Monsters enjoying the Outdoors

These fellas do enjoy getting out and relaxing. Dracula goes night fishing, while Frankenstein's Monster plays a mean game of croquet. These two paintings will be on display and available in print format at Friday Night Flicks in Liberty Park (SLC) this June 5th. Come check 'em out!

Sunday, May 17, 2009

Two more from the Universal Monsters Series

Here we have two happy monsters enjoying the great outdoors. Again, these paintings will be featured this summer at Friday Night Flicks, where I will be selling prints, originals, greeting cards, etc. It's going to be fun and free and I will be raffling off some goods. So, come hang out and check it!

Thursday, May 7, 2009

Summer-time Fun! LOL!

I'm so stoked for this summer! Why, you ask? Well for one thing, I have a vendor booth at Friday Night Flicks, which is a very cool weekly festival at the Gallivan Center in Salt Lake City. The Gallivan Center puts on so many cool events in the summer like the free Twilight Concert series, etc. Anyway, Friday Night Flicks includes a totally FREE awesome outdoor movie experience, with totally FREE awesome popcorn. there are also totally awesome vendors like me selling and giving away stuff...for FREE. which is awesome. Anyway, I started a small series of paintings in honor of movie coolness. The theme of these paintings is Universal Monsters. I will be selling prints and originals of these new friendly paintings, along with other prints and all new greeting cards. It's going to be epic! So, if you are living in Utah, or around Utah, or in the Western Hemisphere, or on Earth, you really need to come enjoy the festivities. If you need to know when and where to go for a date or whatever on Friday nights in June and July, click here and start making plans. Come see me and we'll enjoy some cool movies together. Wooo!

Here's a Sneak Peek at the new Universal Monsters series-

Sunday, May 3, 2009

Well-Read Sea Dogs

I mentioned in my last post that I had been working on a large painting for my parents' house. Here it is. You'll notice, my new best friend, that the image here looks like it was cut in many pieces then glued together. That's because it was too big for me to scan, so I took multiple pictures of the painting and pieced them together as best as I could. My parents had me do a poem for this, and I'm painting the poem on another piece of watercolor paper, so I'll post that later. Hope you like it!