It’s been a good chunk of time since I last updated this section of the site, but I promise I haven’t been sleeping (much). Here’s some updates:
I’ve recently been adding original drawings to the Shop. This one (above) is still available. Isn’t your weird aunt’s cat’s birthday coming up? Jus’ sayin’.
I’m working on a new skateboard brand called The Program. We’ll be at the Agenda trade show in Long Beach, CA, this week – booth P6.
And I’ll be in Chicago next week for an art show at Rotofugi. More info. on that coming really soon.
Thanks for caring (if you do).
If you’re in Austin this weekend (or next), stop by my studio. I’m participating in this year’s East Austin Studio Tour along with my building-mates, Arts and Recreation. Bring a koozie and we’ll plop a beer in it.
Stop #238 – 2604 E. Cesar Chavez St. – 11am-6pm
In other art-show news, I have some available work over at 1975 Gallery in Rochester. Here’s a link to their online store.
And if you missed my Instagram post, I just updated my Gift Shop with four new prints as well. Fall is falling, friends.
I recently designed and painted a mural (with assistance from my friend Josh Row) at 354 Singleton Blvd. in Dallas, TX. The project was commissioned by the Dallas Contemporary and will remain on view until the building falls apart or the apocalypse occurs. Although there’s a distinct possibility that those two events could coincide.
I was recently awarded the Austin Critics Table Artist of the Year award for 2013-2014. I’d like to thank Jade Walker at UT’s Visual Arts Center for believing in my work and offering me the opportunity to execute a solo project in UT’s Vaulted Gallery. I don’t think this award would have been handed to me without the execution of that specific project. I’d also like to thank the Austin Critics Table for the recognition. It’s greatly appreciated. Thanks to my wife Allison for her continued support and encouragement. AND—thanks to everybody who helped facilitate the construction and pitched in to make the show a reality. Although it was billed as a solo project, I had tons of help from a lot of great people (Adam Young, Mike Aho, Denton Watts, Pearly Rihn, Tony at Industry Screen Printing, the entire VAC staff and many others). I’m thankful to live in such a supportive community.
Jade Walker wrote a really nice review of It Will All Happen Again for the April issue of Juxtapoz magazine.
Many thanks to Clarisa Ramirez and Glasstire for this write up as well.
And an additional thanks to Jeanne Claire Van Ryzin for this article in the Austin American-Statesman.
I appreciate all of the kind words and support.
My first large-scale solo project, It Will All Happen Again, opens tonight (January 31st) at the Visual Arts Center at the University of Texas at Austin. The opening reception is from 6-9pm. If you’re unable to attend, don’t sweat it. The work will be on view through May 10th. Many thanks to Jade Walker and the entire VAC Staff for their assistance with the project. Additional thanks to Adam Young, Michael David Aho, Denton Watts, Industry Screenprinting and Pearly Rihn for their help.
My buddy Mike Aho is selling these limited-edition prints promoting a short film he recently produced. Jeremy Fish, Travis Millard and I contributed art to the film (and this poster). All of the prints are signed by Will Oldham, who stars in the film. Just thought you might want to know in case you needed to buy a Christmas present for your weird uncle.
I just added this print to the Gift Shop. These were hand-printed at Intellectual Property Prints in Los Angeles, CA earlier this year. All of the color separations (as well as the line art) were hand-drawn onto transparencies, meaning no computers were used in the print production process. I only have 18 available on my site.