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imagemaker • objectmaker • places art in places and spaces

Vivid Increments – the making of Stop Motion Animation

An amazing project I’ve been working on for the past couple years. For more info: Advertisements

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Rupert, Randy & Daniel on Veterans Day

Reflections on quick hit recommendations of note: 1.  I recently viewed a great chapter from the four-part PBS series, My Wild Affair, entitled The Rhino Who Joined the Family, documenting a compelling episode in the short (and still-difficult) history of … Continue reading

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Time flies like a tornado tail whip!

2014 is flyin’ and it’s great to have some new work on display back east.  The next painting in the Tornado Series was born in an excellent workshop this summer with abstract painter, Matt Rhoades of Sacramento.  Got a solid … Continue reading

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Inhabit Your City

I’m honored to be a collaborator on a year-long project with Anné M. Klint (previously of Tracy, now residing in Oakland) exploring the housing collapse in the San Joaquin Valley.  Our project, Inhabit Your City – Voices of Tracy, opened … Continue reading

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Happy New Year!… now listen to Slam Whitman!

Normally I don’t publish formal posts for updates on the internal pages, but a recent request to make the old punk/hardcore Slam Whitman cassette available for download on the Audio page has prompted me to do so.  Otherwise it wouldn’t … Continue reading

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Happy Holidays!… now buy a supercool book!

Toys are killer eye candy, fun as part of our creative libraries, and make for really great inspiration. Really good books about toys and toys collections are uncommon and collectible themselves.  Kirk Hammett’s Too Much Horror Business is a 2012 … Continue reading

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The Forbidden Zone was once a Paradise. – Dr. Zaius

Sometimes fun is the only priority.  Across the summer I’ve been reviving my beloved childhood Planet of the Apes collection.  Without the careful attention of my mother, who not only re-strung my Mego action figures when broken but also saved … Continue reading

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Beauty… it’s not pretty

UPDATED 07/03/12:  Grand Theatre Center for the Arts presents Beauty… it’s not pretty – National Juried Exhibition – A survey of Artists exploring Beauty, in and by unconventional means, in America.  June 16 – July 21, 2012 Selection Juror & Awards Judge: … Continue reading

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Roaring Winter Landscape

Another work completed in the ongoing new body of tornado paintings… on the way to shopping them this fall for exhibition. Tornado Series (Revenge Series II): Paintings Wedge Snowscape acrylic on canvas, 8″ x 24″, 2012 – $1,500

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Stephen Paints Ilena

Master Artist Stephen Gyermek gifted us with a remarkable portrait of IF.  This work marks a new style/exploration in Stephen’s portrait paintings.  He gave Ilena his customary fleshly treatment in oils, but chose a bold shape and placed her on … Continue reading

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