The series continues with my Paper Fables Sculptures! I was very happy to preview this new illustration series at the Wallflower Modern Diner along with my anthropomorphic mushroom series, Dramatis Personae in October 2015. Each sculpture is available for $50 each and I welcome commission projects! Just drop me a line.
Follow up from my previous blog post: Growing in Public Only a single mushroom remains of the Growing Art: Public project. I am delighted since I didn’t expect a single piece to stand up against the wet December or the general public. I left it there and will continue to check back, but no matter … Continue reading Growing in Public: Take Aways
It only seemed right that after spending two months focused on the subject of mushrooms that I would end it with a piece featuring a psychedelic spore. The psilocybe cubenis is a pretty little wild mushroom with an orange cap. The musical voyage that my little friend is taking in this print is being played on a … Continue reading dJambe Jam
For this year’s RedditGifts, I was commissioned to do a piece for an exchange. I was told that the recipient was a video game fan, but that he rarely got the chance to play these days. I had a great time drawing this one (especially the icons around the TV) and was delighted to get word back … Continue reading Couch Mushrooms
As part of my Growing Art show this month, I took some of my ideas outdoors & asked the photoriffic Donna if she would document my set-up. I have been wanting to take part in public and street art for the better part of two years, but three things kept me from braving the great … Continue reading Growing in public
The goals of this project are to test how my chosen materials hold up outdoors during one of the more rainy months of the year, to cut my teeth in the world of public art and learn from the outcome, and to expand on my Growing Art theme. I will be checking in … Continue reading Growing Art – Outdoor Project
La La the mushroom sings and these guys can’t help but dance. I was really proud of how the lines turned out in this one. Portabello mushrooms are a favourite of mine to draw now. A little trivia for you. Did you know that the button mushroom, crimini mushroom and the portabello mushroom are actually the … Continue reading Musical Shrooms