Posted by admin on July 1, 2010

"Muscle Memories" will be my new solo painting show, opening on August 7 at Santa Monica's Copro Nason Gallery and will run until August 28.

The reception will be on Saturday August 7, 8 - 11:30 pm.
More details and preview images soon to come.

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Posted by admin on June 18, 2010


The delightful Kris Chau invited me to take part in the artist series on the "Drawing For Food" blog and it has been my great honor.  For most eating and art related internet rummaging, visit Drawing For Food, the resting place for Philadelphia superfriends Kris and Hawk Krall's love for past and future meals.  

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Posted by admin on May 25, 2010

Distinguished gentlemen and LA River Show curators Chris Brand And Evan Skrederstu interview just aired on local NPR station KPCC.
To listen, click here.

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Posted by admin on May 20, 2010

I just ran across this Ashcan Magazine interview with me at the Junk History show.  For anyone who reads it and cares about the craft of drawing, some clarification is in order.  In the last sentence where I discuss my process for creating the painting "Buzz Bomb", it says "I took some photos of my head and torso and put them under some tracing paper..." This isn't true. I used photos of my head and torso as photo reference, and then laid tracing paper over my own drawings to continue the transformation of the piece.  The mistake is most likely due to my general lack of articulation.  Thanks to Frank Summa and Sean Logic for the entertaining talk and the resulting write-up.

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Posted by admin on May 20, 2010

If you live in the Bay Area, this may interest you.  Good friend Harry Kim's documentary about our other friend, David Choe, "Dirty Hands" has just been released and is playing at The Roxie from May 21-May 27.

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Isn't Funny, Is.

Posted by admin on May 20, 2010

The catalog from the recent show "Funny (not funny)" is now out and available here and here, featuring some of the finest assholes working in the non-business of "black humor" today.  I'm in there too.  There is some fun discussion of method and madness held within.

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Posted by admin on March 15, 2010

Click this link to read the review.  It also appeared in the print edition, I believe on March 9th or 10th.  If anyone can find spare copies, please let me know.  The hunt is on.  Congratulations to the curators, Chris Brand, Evan Skredertsu, and Steve Martinez, the hardest working guys up in your business. Also, don't miss this other great article concerning the show, Josh Morrison's write up on the Fine Arts LA blog.  Thanks to everyone who came to the panel discussion on Sunday. Last but not least, don't miss the show itself.  It's up until May 30th, including another panel discussion concerning the LA River revitalization movement on April 11th at 3pm with members of the Friends of the Los Angeles River organization.

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Posted by admin on March 13, 2010

Junk History is officially over now at GRSF, but the work remains on sale there a little while longer.

For any last chance purchases contact
Luke Martinez

The show got a friendly visit from the folks at Hi Fructose Magazine on opening night--see here.

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UGLAR Panel Discussion, PMCA, March 14th, 3pm

Posted by admin on March 13, 2010

This upcoming Sunday, March 14th,  I'll be sitting on a panel with Chaz Bojorquez, Ako Castuera, and Michael Alvarez discussing the LA River Show at the Pasadena Museum of California Art. The Q & A session starts at 3pm and will go for abut an hour.

This show has been getting great press and reviews, including this excellent article.

Pasadena Museum of California Art
490 East Union Street
Pasadena, CA 91101

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Study hard and get all your homework done, its all happening at once.  Junk History happens Saturday. Below is a quick peek at the other big piece. So far its titled "Pastoral in a Future Passed".  I got a studio visit yesterday from Jack Muramatsu from the Daily DuJour blog.  The results can be found here.

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