The ongoing, ever persistent spoon project continues! A new Mothra, a glow-in-the-dark jellyfish skull, and a lovely specimen of Anomala Orientalis, preserved in resin.
I have a bunch of spoons in ArtScape, which is part of an exhibition called Ebb & Flow. ArtScape runs from July 17-19 and my work will be in Maryland Institute College of Art’s Fox Building; 1301 Mt. Royal Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21217.
I have some pieces in the One-Shot Gallery at St. Mark’s Comics in NYC. The first show features the villains of Gotham, and aside from the Joker, I’ve always loved Manbat.
The second show features creator owned comics. I this Sam Kieth’s “The MAXX” is his master piece, a skewed, almost cubist story with outstanding color and lines. Mr. Gone, the Isz and Julie the hottie jungle queen (not shown)…
Here’s a “message in a bottle,” which contains other bottle containers holding their own messages.
Pandora was the first human woman created by the deities, specifically by Hephaestus and Athena on the instructions of Zeus. Her “box,” in which she kept the evil’s of the world, was actually a bottle. In some versions of the story, she had bountiful gifts in her bottle. So, I came up with this diorama showing both good and bad things contained in a kind of trunk shaped theater.
This piece is headed to Miami for the Scope-Art show.
Work in Progress
I made a time lapse video with my phone showing how I work.
View of the exhibit hall…
Happy Halloween, pals.
Get your own spoon full of trouble!
Spoon, ink & acrylic on paper, resin, map, monster.