The Observer (2014) Plaster, Clay, Acrylic, Glass eye, 7 in x 2 1/2 (with base)
The Heretic (2014) Plaster, Clay, Resin, Acrylic, 7 1/2 x 3 1/3 (with base)
Golden Carcass (2014) Plaster soaked in dye, Clay, Resin, and Acrylic
The Observer and The Heretic will be on display at The Bao Shoppe at 3066 Steinway St Astoria, NY 11103 Show runs from July 30th (with reception) til October 1st
Golden Carcass will be worn as an exorcist headpiece to VECTOR Gallery’s opening night on August 1st. 154 East Broadway NYC, NY 10002
Sunmen - Plaster, Resin, Clay. 8.5 x 8.5 inches
these are terrifying. : D
These bad boys will be at The Greenpoint Gallery on tomorrow, Friday, June 27th! 390 McGuiness Blvd. Come drink cheap beer with me and a bunch of other folks.
Sometimes we have to put our sculptures in the woods. The woodland woods of New York City.
Quick sketch for a part of a bigger painting.
Throwback/revisit? This was my test painting for figuring out the shapes/meanings/markings behind the theme of holes I use in my work. It’s the last piece I did on canvas. If you’ve followed my work or ever stepped foot into my studio, you’d see this bastard in the background. Glaring. It’s gone through two years of changes, and I’m still not happy with it, but I’m considering it done. I’ve learned a lot messing with this guy. I’ll probably take this down in a bit.
Acrylic on Paper and Canvas - 30x40
Hello all, I’ve been slow on updating since I’ve been incredibly busy. From the Garden, my first solo curated show, has come and gone
I was lucky to showcase 9 of my coworkers alongside of my own work. Putting an eye on artists who work in art institutions is something I really enjoy. The people I work with are incredibly talented and I thought our work all sung together well. We were a part of LIC Arts Open, which is Queens’ largest arts festival and had the generous chance to be sponsored by Ito En.
A Mother’s Love (2014) hangs with three of my little legion demons I have been toying with. Photo credit goes to Mari Tsang.
I will be selling artwork in Jersey on the weekend of the 6-8. More to come.
I love it when my sculptures dramatically speak to one another.
I’ve been working on these little demon men.
Plaster and Fishing Line for now.
Today’s live painting at VECTOR starts at 3PM and ends whenver the stars align. Drop by!
VECTOR Gallery can be found at 40 Clinton Street in the Lower East Side, F to Delancey or J and M to Essex
Just a reminder that I will be showing work tonight at Materials for the Art’s first ever show. Materials for the Arts can be found at 33-00 Northern Boulevard, 3rd Floor Long Island City, NY 11101, right outside the M and R train on 36th, the N and Q on 39th, or the E at Queens Plaza.
Starts at 6
Hello all. This year I will be running around like crazy during Armory Week. Here are a few events that I will be showing/doing wacky shit in:
Thursday, March 6th: I will be showing in Materials for the Arts first ever show. Materials for the Arts is a wonderful program that helps non-profits with art programs around NYC use materials donated by businesses or individuals. Materials for the Arts can be found at 33-00 Northern Boulevard, 3rd Floor Long Island City, NY 11101, right outside the M and R train on 36th, the N and Q on 39th, or the E at Queens Plaza.
Friday, March 7th: I will be participating in VECTOR Gallery's second Mass. Our council will be engaging in a discussion about the Posthuman condition. A photography ban will be strictly enforced for this particular mass. VECTOR Gallery can be found at 40 Clinton Street in the Lower East Side, F to Delancey or J and M to Essex
Saturday, March 8th: I will be bouncing around Manhattan viewing my friend’s pieces and showing my love.
Sunday, March 9th: I will be doing live painting at VECTOR, returning to the Mirrorspace to exorcise my current demons, bring forth the creatures that have been looming in the back of my mind, and channel in the good vibes.
I’m filled with nervous excitement for all of these events this week! I feel like a kid at comic con again. I would be honored by your attendance.