For real. The bits of travel and dungeon time are barely holding off the fever. I wanna go fishing.
I was planning on doing some drawing today, but it kcked into higher gear when I saw this. I'm a fan of Surly. I know those guys. I've been pining to pen some bottle/can art for them for the last 2,000 years. I now have my chance. I make no assumptions, just going to put... Continue Reading →
Deadlines at work, a lot of unfinished drawings, and the to-do list never ends - I feel bloated. Need to get some of these projects d.o.n.e. All in good time. It's Friday night, and this husband and father just came off a 50 hour work week. Not complaining, just relishing a Friday night in the... Continue Reading →
There is a story behind this piece; a gesture of gratitude to a righteous dude and great friend. It's a story that you know reader, a story that takes place year after year. Close friends, fishing, beers and growing together over awkward high school moments all the way to our present mundane household chores of... Continue Reading →
This is the first piece in a new series I'm calling Necromancers. I'll let you draw your own conclusions between the series' name and the work. Prints and stretched canvases are available here. I will say that this piece, and the ones currently in the works, have given me a sense of excitement, engagement and... Continue Reading →
I'm proud to share that I have a piece/feature in the newest addition of Revive - A Quarterly Fly Fishing Journal. Revive is another great online publication covering the places, art, fish, people and culture of contemporary fly fishing. I'm honored to be a small part of what they're doing. Please check it out, and... Continue Reading →
A few days here and there connecting with family, making art, tying some flies, and drinking some special beers. I think this "holiday" thing is pretty much figured out.
There is work to do. A cold basement calls my name. Fresh surfaces, new paints/pencils/pens, tons of fish and skulls bouncing around in my head, and a new body of work called the Necromancer Series. There's beer to brew, and to drink. Some new music, and rediscovered old jams. Let's get this Winter started.