July 20, 2017

My painting Ameroboros was created for the RESIST! show at 63 Bluxome Street Gallery in San Francisco, CA. It depicts a serpent made out of the American flag eating its own tail. This piece is in response to the upside down world of American politics we all seem to be living in. If interested you […]

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November 6, 2016

Recently I’ve been asking myself what kind of art do I really want to do? The question may seem odd after working on various projects over many years. But it’s one that I have struggled with for some time because I like so many styles and genres of art. I have been fortunate to have been […]

Parental Advisory show

August 7, 2017

The Parental Advisory show is up st 63 Bluxome Street Gallery! This was a special show guest curated by Marcos LaFarga where selected artists created artwork with their kids. Each piece is unique and great. The show is up from 8/5-9/30 and can be viewed Mon-Fri 10-5.Gallery website- The piece I created with my […]

Flower Child

August 7, 2017

To celebrate 40 years since the summer of love in SF the Flower Child exhibit opens from Saturday 8/12-9/2 at Modern Eden Gallery in San Francisco. More info on their website- My piece is titled: They promised the sun, but gave you ashes is a 16×16 acrylic painting on panel and represents the darker, […]

Driven By Madness

July 20, 2017

Mission Statement: “A project that explores the process and artwork of creative individuals” What is Driven By Madness? Simply put it’s that feeling in the back of your head that pushes you to try out an idea. The urge to not stop until you get the work just right. This feeling is sometimes called the […]

Bad Dads Book!

September 27, 2016

I am very excited to be included in the amazing new Bad Dads book put out by Abrams Books and Spoke Art Gallery. My piece “Blockheads” made the cut and join over 400 other artists and their great interpretations of Wes Anderson films and characters. The third volume in the New York Times bestselling Wes Anderson Collection series […]

Swim Season

September 26, 2016

This show started one night as I was dozing off in front of the television. I had fallen asleep watching Cartoon Network and woke up around 2am to the most whacked out cartoon I had seen in a long while- Superjail. The next day I woke up with the psychedelic, ultra violent images seared into […]


November 3, 2015

Earlier this year a friend turned me onto an online art show put on by Yay!LA for the month of October. Daniel Antonio Barron took on the daunting task of creating a monster list of movies to choose from and let people choose their favorites to make art inspired by them. The list was very long […]