Friday, November 21, 2008

PAINTINGS AT PHYLLIS STEIN ART, Los Angeles, CA


Opening night - November 13th, 2008



From Malibu (Car Tarp)
23” x 29.5”
Oil on panel
2008


Brownie
15” x 18”
oil on panel
2008


Johnny Mo’ Funk’s Orange Van
19” x 25”
oil on panel
2008


Chunky Baby Blue 2
48” x 56”
oil on canvas
2008


Big Rusty White Recycler
62” x 72”
Oil on canvas
2008


Red Dumpster from Pasadena
Oil on canvas
46” x 54”
oil on canvas


Pasadena Driveway
23” x 29.5”
oil on panel
2008


Los Feliz Blvd.
23.5” x 31”
oil on panel
2008


Laguna Drive
8” x 10”
oil on panel
2008


Truck on I -5 North
24” x 30”
oil on panel
2008


Bad Ass Redding Dumpster 3
14.5” x 17”
oil on panel
2008


Eagle Rock Dumpster
12” x 14”
oil on panel
2008


Whitey (Dumpster)
18” x 24”
oil on panel
2008


C2D Green Dumpster against Brick Wall
23.5” x 31”
oil on panel
2008


Two Tone Green Dumpster 2
9.5” x 12”
oil on panel
2008


Two Tone Chevy Pick Up
20” x 30”
oil on panel
2008

Thursday, June 5, 2008

Upcoming Show at Some Space Gallery, July 1st - August 2nd

Please come to my opening reception: July 3rd, from 6 - 8 PM
http://www.somespacegallery.com/html/home.html?=main.html



White Pick Up
18" x 24"
Oil on board




Chunky Baby Blue Dumpster (SOLD)
23 1/2" x 30 3/4"
oil on board



Bad Ass Redding Dumpster (SOLD)
Oil on Canvas
46" x 52"


Mary's Blue Dumpster
Oil on board
18" x 24"

Friday, May 30, 2008

A Fine Collection Of Dumpsters....

I've been collecting photos of dumpsters for awhile now, and decided to post several of my favorites. I get excited when I see one that's a different color than those that I see in Seattle, such as this light blue one I found driving from Chicago to Cincinnati. It was the highlight of driving through Indiana.





Friday, March 21, 2008

Trompe L'oeil Painting, Spoon on Cutting Board


Painting of Spoon on Cutting Board
7" x 14" x 1"
oil painting on real cutting board



detail

Trompe l'oeil  is  a visual illusion in art, esp. as used to trick the eye into perceiving a painted detail as a three dimensional object.
its orgin is French, literally 'deceives the eye'