Dec 9, 2016

A Memorial


A ceramic I made for my wife of her recently departed cat, Ace.

Dec 7, 2016

More Morbid Museum


The Morbid Museum has lots of creatures floating in formaldehyde. Perfect for drawing while contemplating life. I combined them with all those thanksgiving type objects from nature that are slowly dying. In a few months it will be spring again and everything will be reborn.

Dec 1, 2016

Cutler


A good friend of mine is the world's greatest photographer, Craig Cutler. You can follow him on Instagram under craigcutlerstudio.

Nov 29, 2016

Art For Sale


I have put up a whole bunch of new items for sale. There are original drawings and paintings. Some framed prints and for the first time, some of my ceramics can be purchased also. Just visit my Etsy shop. Groovy gifts for the holidays, if you know what I mean.

Nov 22, 2016

Morbid


There is something close to my house in Brooklyn called the Morbid Museum. I can't quite figure out what the place is exactly. It's seems to have a lot of stuff that is sort of related to death. Which is fine by me because I can then draw the unusual objects. I know what everyone is going to ask me, so YES, there is a monkey sitting on a couch when you first walk in. The word, morbid, was probably used to attract people into the space. It kind of intrigued me. Once inside though, no one can figure out what the hell it's all about. They do serve Black & Gold coffee. I get herbal tea.

Nov 14, 2016

World's Greatest Sketchbook


Another one done. It will take two minutes of your time to watch. Sketchbooks are no match for me. I kick their ass.

Nov 2, 2016

Another Ceramic


Another in my series of ceramic sculptures about veganism. Chickens are arguably the most abused animals on the planet. In the United States, approximately 9 billion chickens are killed for their flesh each year, and 305 million hens are used for their eggs. Chickens raised on factory farms each year in the U.S. never have the chance to do anything that’s natural or important to them. A baby chick on a factory farm will never be allowed contact with his or her parents, let alone be raised by them. They spend their entire lives in filthy sheds with tens of thousands of other birds, where intense crowding and confinement lead to outbreaks of disease. They’re bred and drugged to grow so large so quickly that their legs and organs can’t keep up, making heart attacks, organ failure, and crippling leg deformities common. Many become crippled under their own weight and eventually die because they can’t reach the water nozzles. When they are only 6 or 7 weeks old, they’re crammed into cages and trucked to slaughter.