It took a little time, and some definite tech/design help from friends (thank you Melinda Arendt), but I'm finally very excited to announce the launch of this new website! As a work in progress, I've added a select amount of pieces to view with hopes to expand in the near future; more sub-sections with different facets of older work, a few commissions, and new work as it's completed. I'll also be adding some larger sized prints for sale in my shop soon. For now, I have the limited edition reduced size (11" x 14") prints on archival paper for just $25.
The last six months or more have been a whirlwind of activity and great new opportunities. Artist, curator, and all around awesome guy Tony Natsoulas was integral in adding some of my work to a group exhibition at the Shimo Center for the Arts in July. The show was up for two months, closing in September, and even got a nice write up in the Sacramento News and Review.
In late September, I helped curate a modern take on an old fashioned 19th century salon party. The Salon de Mystere et Funk's: Half Hazard was held at a pop up gallery in a turn of the century victorian flat featuring the work of Sacramento artists Jesse Vasquez, Jeff Musser, Ben Hunt, Justin Marsh, Melissa and Melinda Arendt, myself and more. The ideas and libations flowed freely amidst a great collection of eclectic work!
More updates and works soon to come! Stay tuned!