These little paintings (ranging in size from 12"x12" to 6"x6") are my submission to the second annual Small Works show at The S.P.A.C.E. Gallery. It opens this Friday (Dec. 3rd) and runs through Jan 29th. Yep, a two month show!
If you do happen to check out the show you may notice that in person my artwork isn't blurry like my photo here suggests. This is because I use a very special photography technique where I spin around in a circle whilst chugging a bottle of Boones Farm (Wild Island flavor) right before every shot. I do it this way because taking a crisp clear picture is soooo pedestrian. I am an artist and I must express my creativity at all times or I will just wither away and die.
So if you want to see what these little buggers really look like you'll just have to go to the show.
I drew this for the Design*Sponge "Design Your Own Alphabet" contest.
Even though a giant trophy was not hand delivered to my door by their entire staff like I expected, I still had a lot of fun making it and I hope they decide to do it again next year because I am now a well spring of alphabet design ideas.
I just finished this commission for a family friend. I don't do a lot of furry animals (they tend to come in limited colors) but I really like how this came out so maybe there will be more.