Friday, April 10, 2009


I'm starting a new series for the Halle Exhibit that opens this May. UNCUT will display as original paintings on uncut foam insulation board.

We had to tie the boards down to the car roof in order to get them home. It was a challenge, especial with all the wind. First step, one coat of white paint.

The idea of UNCUT was attractive to me because of the uncomfortable feeling the pieces give having the creatures frozen in a sort of suspended animation.

If the creatures struggled to stay as art when they were in frames, how much more difficult is it for them to remain in the board?


Don't forget...LIGERS, TIGONS AND PIZZLIES: A Pop Expressionist Guide To Newimals is on sale now!

You can purchase your copy today either though Amazon or through the publisher Create Space.

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