2018 Year in Review

Art The year 2018 was a mixed bag for me in regards to my art. In the first half of the year my job required quite a bit from me and my time for creating evaporated. But I still made work, and I participated in some minor exhibits, so it wasn't a complete wash. Commissions... Continue Reading →

Artist Review: Jim Lambi

In the city of Turin there is a small piazza in front of the Palazzo Carignano. Across the piazza from this Baroque palace is an historic theater, some restaurants, and the Franco Noero Gallery. Had you visited the Franco Noero this summer, you would have been greeted by “Totally Wired”, the fifth solo exhibit of... Continue Reading →

The Autumn of Gim Hongdo

Prologue A week ago I dropped by an exhibit featuring one of the eminent artists of Korea's Joseon Dynasty, Gim Hongdo*. The exhibit had some issues, namely humidity damaged many of the works which, thankfully, were not originals. However, it was still well organized and informative enough to pique my interest in the artist again.... Continue Reading →

Painting Roses Red

This time I tried to combine gouache and ink. I started with gouache and added the ink lines to finish off the piece, giving it a bit of a cartoony/ stained glass vibe to it. I hope? You can watch it being painted and inked below! https://youtu.be/ETRiKNp61_g

A Rose in Gouache

Getting back into gouache with a monochromatic study of a rose. Much fun was had by all. Here, watch it as it is painted! https://youtu.be/1ciJf8RBOP0 This is the first of a series of roses for a good cause. I shall elaborate in a future post!

Pugapegacorn

One of my favorite characters from podcasting is Carl, the pugapegacorn. What is a pugapegacorn? It's a pug, pegasus and unicorn chimera. They love belly rubs and eating garlic bread. So naturally I had to draw one! Well, this one is actually the fourth pugapegacorn I've drawn, but enjoy watching it come together: https://youtu.be/kMGHiLC9xv8 Here... Continue Reading →

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