Short little interview on KMUN 91.9fm:
“Recent Still Lifes” Exhibition, May 2013 at:
Riversea Gallery, 1160 Commercial Street, Astoria, Oregon 503-325-1270, http://riverseagallery.squarespace.com/
Opening Reception, May 4th, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
I’ve just published four limited edition reproductions of my work. These are Archival Pigment Prints produced/printed by: Fine Print PDX. The Images are 15′ x 15′ on 17″ x 22″ on Hahnemuhle Fine Art paper. I’m running editions of 25, signed and numbered on all four images. These are available at: Beam & Anchor. I’m offering them both framed and unframed. Please contact me or Beam & Anchor if interested in any one of these.
Friend and fellow painter, Gina Higgins, who paints killer seductive Film Noir is having a show at Richard Danskin Gallery, January 3rd-January 14th, Palm Desert, CA. Check it out if in Southern CA.
This is a recent commission for an outdoorsman located in Michigan. The deer kill tags are from a buck he bagged in 1994.
Decay, Growth, & the Still Life
I’ll be exhibiting at Gallery @ The Jupiter in the famous Jupiter Hotel for the months of November and December 2012. The gallery is curated by French designer and artist Francois Pascal.
Opening Reception is First Friday, November 2nd 2012, 6:00-8:00 PM.
Please stop by and enjoy the work, conversation, and wine.
Gallery@The Jupiter, 800 East Burnside, Portland, Oregon 97214
Curated by Jocelyn & Robert Rahm of Beam & Anchor, UNION/PINE’S September 7th First Friday ( one day only installation ) showcases cutting edge woodworkers, furniture makers, and designers. Robert asked me to have a painting in this show, I’m excited and curious to see his vision with all elements brought together. Robert & Jocelyn have a superior eye for detail, style, and arrangement.
Friday, Sept 7th, 7:00 Pm – Midnight ( one night only )
UNION/PINE 525 SE Pine, Portland, Oregon 97214
Came across this Western Red Cedar while in the Olympic National Park just a few days ago. It had fallen of natural cause across the Hoh River Trail ( about 4 miles from trailhead ) in the Hoh Rainforest and park rangers had cut out the section that had blocked the trail. By the red color of the cross section, fresh cedar smell, and sawdust that had not begun to decompose in the annual average rainfall of 160 inches, my guess is this tree had come down in past week or so. It appeared someone had took on task of counting rings and had scrawled 1776 in pencil about 3 feet from center… hard to say, but tree was easily 7 and a half feet in diameter.
Pulliam Gallery presents “Pets” June 5–30, 2012
Group show with work by:
Ross Palmer Beecher, Mark Bulwinkle, Thomas Conway, Jeremy Dubow, Claudia Fitch, Joseph Goldberg, Max Grover, Elizabeth Knight, Jeff Koons, Corey Lunn, Sherry Markovitch, Hickory Mertsching, Peter Millett, Jeffry Mitchell, Ben Rosenberg, Jay Steensma, Whiting Tennis, William Wegman, and Ed Wicklander
You are invited to a reception for the artists
on June 6, 5:30–7:30 p.m.
A family friend from the high school years on the south shore of Lake Superior just sent me this beautiful Coues Whitetail Deer Skull. Sailor (as is known) came across the fresh carrion of this doe, that was taken down by a mountain lion, while inspecting his property last fall after the Monument Fire in Southern Arizona. Sailor’s property is located between Nogales and Bisbee three miles north of the border where the Sierra Madre Occidental spills into the Arizona dessert. He kept an eye on the carrion over the winter as it was ravaged and scattered by coyotes, crows and other dessert creatures under the blazing sun. This spring the skull was untouched, stripped, and perfectly bleached by the sun.