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New York Art Book Fair 2014

Posted by on Sep 27, 2014 in Exhibitions | No Comments

Just came back from the New York Art Book Fair. I have one word to describe the experience: oppressive. Oppressive art, oppressive crowds, oppressive music, oppressive heat, just an awful experience for me. Let me back up and say a couple of things first. First I applied for a table at the fair but didn’t […]

Festival and site news

Posted by on Aug 30, 2014 in News | No Comments

I finally added some pieces to the portfolio section of my site. I added three new books to the illustration portion and updated the photos for my “Gannets” pop-up book which were too blurry. I also added a presentation to the Design section of my site. I would like to add more presentations to my […]

Lemur Carousel book completed!

Posted by on Jul 30, 2014 in Animals, New art work | No Comments
Lemur Carousel book completed!

Just completed a new pop-up book, to replace my retired “Gannet” pop-up book. The subject is lemurs, specifically black and white ruffed lemurs, which I chose because they’re on display in the Central Park Zoo. I was struggling to find a story for this book. Granted, the last carousel book doesn’t have much of a […]

Grand Comics Festival this Saturday

Posted by on Jun 4, 2014 in Exhibitions | No Comments

I’ll be showing and selling my wares at the Grand Comics Festival this weekend! I’ll be premiering the second issue of my “Alien Encounters comic”, 3 years in the making…I really made a mistake when I decided to render the shit out of the drawings. It’s been so time-consuming to get just one panel inked […]

The Toronto report

Posted by on Jun 4, 2014 in Exhibitions | No Comments

I’ve been procrastinating on writing my “TCAF” report. Thanks to everyone who stopped by our table (sharing a table with fellow 3-arm squidder Alexandra Beguez)! As I mentioned in my last post, preparing for this festival was kind of a drag since it was in another country. I had to renew my passport, get Canadian […]

Going to Toronto Comic Arts Festival this weekend!

Posted by on May 7, 2014 in News | No Comments
Going to Toronto Comic Arts Festival this weekend!

Yours truly is exhibiting at the Toronto Comic Arts Festival (TCAF)this weekend, at table 220 with fellow “3-armed squid” member Alexandra Beguez. I hear my table is on the second floor, but apart from that it’s somewhere where I don’t where it is…I’ll figure it out when I get there. So yes, I’m taking my […]

Ander’s Zorn: Sweden’s Master Painter

Posted by on Apr 27, 2014 in Book Review, Exhibitions | No Comments

As I was walking home this past Friday, along Fifth Avenue, I actually noticed a sign about an exhibition of Anders Zorn’s work in a museum I never knew existed. I walk past it all the time, and I didn’t realize the building was a museum called “the National Academy“. Anywoo, made it a point […]

The Devonian

Posted by on Apr 7, 2014 in New art work | No Comments
The Devonian

I actually completed this book back in December but neglected to make a post about it…mostly because I dread taking pictures of my work. I’ve got two digital cameras and neither of them work. Also, every picture I take requires extensive photoshopping to clean up. Anywoo: the Devonian! It’s the third book in my prehistoric […]

Lesson learned: never update plugins

Posted by on Feb 24, 2014 in News | No Comments

I haven’t added a lot of stuff to this site for a while, so last month I finally decided to do some sitekeeping duties and updated the “woocommerce” plugin that powers my shop…i really regret doing that. The biggest problem was that the update itself was faulty: somebody didn’t use the correct syntax on their […]

On location sketches

Posted by on Jan 19, 2014 in Animals, journaling, portraits, Sketches | No Comments

I recently finished a sketchbook I usually use for drawing on location. So you’ll see here lots of drawings done at the zoo, and the MET + AMNH museums. Because the sketchbook is small, I usually flip it upside down when I want to draw on the bottom of the page…makes it easier on the […]