my instagram account, username everlastingfaint. I have a lot to say regarding the meaning and personal relevance of the gorgon image (specifically in the case of this painting the gorgoneion) but that's going to have to wait until a later time, probably when I post the full image.
Something I CAN and should post in full is this flyer I finished in record time a few weeks ago:
Aside from all this I'm about one night's work away from finishing what will be my 5th piece so far for the show. Here's a little bit of it:
I have to say I'm really excited about this show. It's been a while since I had a show, solo or two person and Alan is seriously an incredible artist I'm so happy to be planning stuff with. Everything he's shown me that he's done so far as been amazing and we've spent a lot of time bouncing ideas off each other that we inevitably need to scale way back (left to our own devices with all the time in the world we would probably make hundreds of things in like 20 different mediums). If you want to see what Alans working on you can follow him on instagram under the username "possumfingers" or look here if you don't have that kinda phone.
Last little bit of whatever, I finally made a facebook page for my art. Over the years every so often someone will try to add my personal page on facebook and I feel bad ignoring those requests but if I can't identify the person as at least someone I've commented back and forth with or who has emailed me or something I usually wont add them back. It's not that I'm crazy secretive, just that my facebook page is full of stupid personal gibberish and pictures of me looking like a goof. However, I did realize that the place where you could most easily view lots of my paintings in a nice easy to look at format was my facebook account. So anyway, here's the art page, feel free to "like" or pass it along, it's a great way to look at everything I've done in one place, and it'll probably be yet another way to see what I'm up to. Important stuff like this: