Wednesday, May 15, 2013
It feels like its been one show after another lately. First the SF Artisan Salon in March, followed by the one in Seattle in April and now Spectrum Art Live then finishing up with Fragments on the Summer Solstice in LA. Whew!
At the SF Salon I introduced the first of the series of "Figures" which are part of the Cabinet of Curiosities series, Figure 1: Noir being the most odd of all of them. The plan is to have at least one, possibly three more introduced on the Summer Solstice, June 22nd.
In he meantime I continue to promote Figure 1:Noir and experience the wonders of skin chemistry and how this little oddity will dance different jigs on the outer covering of human vertebrates.
This weekend Greg and I will have a booth at Spectrum Fantastic Art Live, a three-day celebration of the art and artists that bring to life the fantastic worlds of our favorite science fiction, fantasy, and horror books, movies, and comics. Last year this event was great fun and usually extremely interesting to witness the favorite fumes of art fans, over perfumista tribes.
If you are coming to the show make sure to stop by our booth in the Grand Ballroom of Bartle Hall. Greg will have a large canvas print of Figure 1: Noir on display along with a brand new image featuring the luminous Jessica Lough as a Siren.
In the meantime I will get the post about the Seattle show together and upload soon. Greetings from the heartland of America to each of you.