Installation shot of self portrait with Joe Strummer & Juice Newton 2004/5. I still have this piece and it's always a fun one for me to look at. I used a lot of different techniques here, so it's a good one to spend time with, plus there's Juice and Joe.
untitled 1993. Oil and acrylic on canvas. Not a great painting, but I still have it. It was my first commissioned painting but the client wasn't into it... I'm certain I got all butt-hurt over it but I can't throw it out. I came up with this brilliant idea in the bathtub from what I can recall.
lost and found series 2006 and ongoing... I painted the sleeping Mexican and the sun rays. Pretty sure this belonged to Michael Brunswick before I pulled it out of a dumpster at Otis in 2005. I've since passed it on to Gilda and she sent it to another artist. I really like this one too.
swan princess 2005. Painted for a friend, it was a nice painting until their house burnt to the ground.
and a nice detail... I LOVE the setting sun in the skull's eye.
Probably why I often get called an asshole. I made this "official license" for one AB. AB thinks that he paints like Pablo Picasso and that he only needed art school for "a piece of paper." I disagree so I had Picasso himself sign this license for him. School is WAAAAAY too expensive, but it was a valuable experience for me in terms of what I make. He didn't take his paper and leave like I had hoped.