Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Free, unlimited digital drawing give-a-way to Sandy devistated area residents

In remembrance of Hurricane Sandy devastation, I am giving away an unlimited batch of unique, digital drawings to all those with a current East Coast address and/or those who lived in the East Coast area around October 29th, 2013. This give-a-way will last for one week only (through next Wednesday, November 6th, 2013)

Do you have questions about the drawings? Why would I give away a work of Fine Art that I truly believe in? Read here.

For those who already have a small drawing, you are entitled to upgrade your participation in the project: Now you will receive a large digital drawing... and those who already own a large digital drawing, are entitled to a small or large drawing.

Just email me here, and please include your name and postal address. As stated in an earlier post: I will NEVER sell, lend, trade, share, give out any information sent to me.

Below is an inverted colors pic of a disaster relief truck I took in Prospect Park, Brooklyn a few days after the storm hit.

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Fine Artist of the Month: Internet Meme Graphic for Alan Scarritt

Each month I am adding to an on-going series of writings and works about Fine Artists who work(ed), or are primarily working in the NYC area. This month I made a Internet Meme Graphic for NYC Fine Artist, Alan Scarritt.


Meme graphic generated by: imgflip.com/memegenerator

Alan Scarritt's work is on view right now at NyeHaus until this Saturday October 26th 2013

Friday, October 18, 2013

Various works in progress

Below are some new painting based works in progress that I have previously posted about: progressed! I also have some new Light works, but I want to figure some design mechanics out before I posted them.

Friday, October 11, 2013

More new drawings

As stated a few weeks ago, I started getting back into doing physical drawings here are some more examples from a recent series.

Thursday, October 3, 2013

(Auto) GraphicBio - 4

As I stated in an earlier posts (1,2,3) I am interested in documenting all that has influenced me visual as well as conceptually. Similar to Sol LeWitt's Autobiography series, I am purely documenting visual my story. Though my path isn't so much chronological as it is categorized. So I have decided to start an on going series of photographic images that are from my daily viewings. Below is the second in a series of posts that document these exchanges.