Monday, December 5, 2016

It's been a while....

especially since I was posting so much work until about September when I got swamped with other work.  Here's a series I did 3 years ago in the mean time. I really do hope to post some new work in the near future...

and in case you were wondering what i have been doing the last few months, here's a sneak at just a small glimpse of what I have been doing for the last few months...

Thursday, September 1, 2016

some more reworked pieces from the past....


"Girlfriend yapping"

"Grand Central Market"

a band called "The New Room" playing at the now defunct night club, Lava Lounge, February 16, 2007.

"Royal Palaces"....At the bargain books section of a bookstore once called "Borders", 2004. The chain bookstore, Borders, shut down in 2011.

"Brown Derby Burlesque dancers" waiting to perform at The Brown Derby...The Brown Derby building was sold in 2012....

Saturday, August 27, 2016

My mug at Union Station, Downtown, Los Angeles

"The Makers:"
"Portraits of Metro artists whose work enriches the rider's journey" by L.A. photographer Todd Gray.
There are a series of photographic portraits at L.A.'s Union Station which feature the artists who have done work for Metro in the past couple of decades. Here are some pics of the subway corridor, the project description and the pic of me

Here's a link to an earlier post from this year (May 2016) when the Expo Line finally reached Santa Monica. There are more pics of the artwork that I created for the Western/Expo line back in 2009. My artwork for Expo/Western Station

Tuesday, August 23, 2016

That time when....

About 10 years ago, a friend of mine invited me to go see her perform her burlesque act at The Brown Derby in Hollywood. I was immediately hooked. Watching the performers do their acts whether, edgy, sexy, funny, sassy or what else have you, was inspiring to me. 

Around 2007, a dr. Sketchy's Anti-Art School event starting occurring in Hollywood at the M Bar off of Vine. It was a twice a month event and my love of burlesque dancers was met with the chances of drawing them from life, as opposed to blurry photographs. Here are some of the drawings I did at the Dr. Sketchy's events back in 2007-2008: (note: those are all pasties on their nipples.)