A couple years ago I made this series of etchings based on the adventure and horror, the bravery and racism, the exploration and genocide of the wild west. Xoyote Projects made it happen and made this video...watch it, love it, click onwards to see the entire collection of etchings too...Read More
'floors or ceilings, but it's all georgia pacific anyways' The last stage in the development of the six paneled work. A violent tendency realized.
Contributed this twenty four by eight foot monster to MAMA Gallery in LA's exhibition 'Erection'. It uses the plywood also used in portions of the gallery's floor and walls and delves into the barriers of walls and floors and environment consequences of the plywood producer and its owners (Georgia Pacific and the Koch Brothers) via a collapsing watercolor landscape and horizon. There's a video of the production as another blog post down below.
13 paintings and a sculpture for 'International Friendship Exhibition' at Primary, opened for art basel miami beach 2014, installation images for everyone who is agoraphobic, right here!Read More
This is the first time I've been in an exhibition with Jan van Goyen, Joseph Cornell, Eduard Vuillard and a vintage Honda motorcycle. 'Home' at El Segundo Museum of Art is something to experience!Read More
European magazine and arbitrator of radness, Hercules, did a feature on NYC Artists, excited to be dressed in Dior Homme, shot by Cameron Krone and featured along amazing people like Kim Gordon and Enoc Perez.Read More
I was excited when Exhibition A and I released this print, and then a moment passed and it sold out.Read More
This is the video piece from the exhibition of the same same, read more about it by clicking through, and raise the music as it is critical when you press play.Read More
This lovely video and text was made by the Art Reserve to give a snapshot into my project 'a moment in the sun' with ARTed House.Read More
Spent a month at the lovely Fountainhead Residency in Miami, here is the result...Read More
Shana Beth Mason wrote this beautiful critical essay to accompany my exhibition of the same name. It's worth a read!Read More
Strange to be in this newspaper...Read More
This is a video piece I made discussing consumption and American symbology (amongst other things). Turn up the sound....Read More
Thanks to ArtLab21 and Jim Reid, I was lucky enough to be one of twelve artists invited to Bonn, Germany to create a series of screenprints with the master, Jim Reid. The experience was a memorable one. The artists were brought in from around the world for two weeks of education, collaboration, creation and co-habitation.Read More
The catalogue for my recent exhibition with David B. Smith Gallery has been released!Read More