I have put the finishing touches on my latest painting “Anus 2.” This painting was made over the surface of “Rejected Love.” It didn’t feel right continuing forward with a project I no longer cared for. I’m not a quitter, and I try to never abandon a painting -but this scenario called for action! Instead I jumped at the opportunity to create a wonderful/ realistically-textured anus painting. When the piece is placed in a gallery there will be a sign saying “Please touch my anus, but be gentle.” With this painting I tried to explore different textures and surface effects; I wanted to build a painting that draws the viewer in. Most of the painting was made with a palette knife except for the final stages in which I used both flats and filberts to glaze colors. The dimensions are 36 x 36 inches, acrylic on canvas. Have a lovely night!
Sculpting pastes over orange background
More paste but with a maroon touch
More pink and more sculpting paste, I used a palette knife to pull the paint into the shape I desired
Coated black over the finalized piece
Glazed: oranges, burnt sienna, red wine, and yellow ochre
I apologize for the long delay with posting Dead Apache being Scalped and other recent works, however I have fixed my website -and can now push images forward, also within this post is the finished 2nd Hog Banner. The Hog banner 2 was created in tandem with my very special friend Mr. Blake A. Chamness. Dead Apache being Scalped dimensions are 36 x 48 inches, oil on linen. The Hog banner 2 was made with acrylic and oil paints, the dimensions are 98 x 68 inches. 2013. Love you and enjoy!
This is a plaque that I fixed up for The Evolution Store. The plaque is made of resin and the skull was created with a combination of acrylics and oil paints. The piece will be available for purchase at The Evolution Store, NYC. Perfect for your floating fortress galleon!
Here are some updated pictures of the two paintings I’ve been working on: Dead Apache being Scalped, and Rejected Love. I have also included some other photos of works in progress. Have a lovely night!
I apologize for the delayed report. Here are some process shots of two paintings I have been working on. Rejected Love, and Dead Apache being Scalped. Slowly but surely. It has been getting warmer in New York City and I am hoping for a smooth transition into Spring. May your days be merry and I send my love to you.
Good day friends! Here are two pieces that I created for my band The Hog. The first is a banner painted in acrylic and the dimensions are 72 x 36 inches. The second is a pencil rendering on bristol paper measuring 12 x 14 inches. I am also including within this post two new paintings (early stages). Have a lovely week!
Hello folks! Here are the process shots of my mold making for the sculpture SMUSH. The top piece was created using super sculpey and I used both Smooth On’s Dragon skin and Plasti-paste to make reproductions. This time around however I had to build a three piece support shell so that the silicone could fit and be taken apart with ease. I also used a sulphur-free clay to build shims for the support shell process. Check it out!
Mother moulds for both pieces
Final build of silicone encased in Plasti-paste shell
Two reproductions of my clay sculpts
Tripod support system
Strong wire leggings add support for pouring and positioning
Top view of drying shell
Side view of drying support shell
Top side perspective of support shell, drying
Support Shell drying
Aluminum foil coated in wax
Top side perspective once again
Clay shims and aluminum foil continue over flange
Top side perspective of support shell 1
Clay shims wrapped in aluminum foil and layered with release wax
Close up of dripping silicone
Back shot of final Dragon Skin layer
Inside shot of final Dragon Skin layer
6th and final layer of Dragon Skin
Inside shot of red Dragon Skin
Back shot of red Dragon Skin
5th layer of Dragon Skin, the flange is increased
4th coat, thicker yellow Dragon Skin
Back shot of yellow Dragon Skin
4th coat, inside shot
Back shot of white Dragon Skin
Inside shot of white Dragon Skin
3rd coat, thicker and tinted white with Silc. Pig
Inside shot of blue Dragon Skin
Back shot of blue Dragon Skin
2nd layer of Dragon Skin, blue coloring with Silc. Pig
1st layer of Dragon Skin, very thin and blood colored
Inside perspective of 1st layer
Back side with the1st layer
Back side of top piece is supported by a sticky chunk of clay