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Thursday, October 30, 2008

Immaculate Rendition Video

This is a video that I've been working on after Maria Medua, SFMOMA Artist Gallery Director said they were planning to do podcasts of some of their artists. It's a brief look into my process and follows the progress of my painting, "Immaculate Rendition."

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Foot Soldier

I rearranged the piece that's going to the SFMOMA's Artist Gallery at Fort Mason this Saturday. This is the latest and final incarnation. Curious to see it once Renee installs it. Reception is on November 5th.

Day Thirty Five

Delivery for the show in Sac is the 4th of November so here's the latest. The previous blue, red and yellow, were too intense. I think I like the gray better.

Sunday, October 19, 2008

SFMOMA Artist Gallery Exhibit

Was working this past weekend to finish up this or these pieces for the exhibit at SFMOMA's Artist Gallery at Fort Mason. The theme is U.S. War and Politics Should be a fun show. The reception is on a Wednesday and opens November 5th.

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

SFMOMA Artist Gallery Exhibit

I'll be showing some pieces on paper at Fort Mason in November along with some other artists. I'll post the specifics soon. Here's a piece in the show.

Parasitic Knowledge
Mixed media on paper

Monday, October 13, 2008

Day Thirty Three!

I bought some latex elf ears at Wishing Well in Sac and had to see what they looked like on Coco. I did a little Photoshop to match the color on her face and make them look like they were attached to her head. She's ready for Halloween. Coco Yoda!

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

The Making of IR

I've been working on this video of the Making of Immaculate Rendition. Stay tuned . Here's a bit of it.

Day Thirty One

Ok, I've been a bit lazy and haven't posted the last few days working on "IR. Just been watching all these debates. Is anyone out there wondering what's so great about Sarah Palin. Is she on crack!

So, I think I'm at about day 31 now + or - a day. Here are a couple pictures from this past weekend. November is coming up soon so I need to get this baby done. Seems like every time I think I've sewn it up, I go into the studio and have second thoughts. It's like picking at a itchy scab. This isn't the first time I've felt this way about a painting, but it sure is a pain in-the-ass when you need to move on and get pieces done for another show.

I think I need a blood transfusion with Juan Carlos Quintana. That dude kicks ass when it's crunch time.