Wednesday, November 26, 2008


24 x 12, acrylic on canvas.

So it seems I was too late pointing out Pushing Daisies, because they won't be renewing it past the thirteen episodes that have already been shot for season two.  It's a shame that fun, unique shows like this end up getting axed before getting a chance to develop an audience, while the same old cop and lawyer shows keep on getting churned out.  I've heard they hope to continue the story in comic book form, but as much of a fan I am of comics, I'd prefer they would just wrap things up in television format.  It's a rare case for the magic to be captured in comic form without the actor's voices and pacing to match what's written and drawn.  The show was going strong its first season, but the writer's strike prevented it from getting a full season in.  I wonder if things would have turned out differently for it then?  In any case, I still recommend checking it out on DVD.

In any case, I hope everyone has a Happy Thanksgiving!

Wednesday, November 19, 2008


40x30, acrylic on canvas.  It's a big one!  Let me know what you think.

I'd also like to take the time to recommend a show to anyone looking for something fun and different: Pushing Daisies.  Part fairy tale, part murder mystery, part comedy, and party romance, this show is one of a kind.  It's hard to even explain the premise behind it, but this youtube video presents it pretty succinctly.  My recommendation would be watch it from the beginning, which shouldn't be too hard since it's first season was cut short by the writer's strike.  But don't let that stop you from checking it out Wednesday nights at 7 PM (central) on ABC.  This is one of my favorite shows, and it should be your's as well!  Go check it out!

Monday, November 10, 2008


16x12, acrylic on canvas.  Apparently, trying to pay overdue bills with drawings doesn't work so well these days: "Broke Man Tries Paying Bill With a Picture of a Spider"

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

In Thought

12 x 16, acrylic on canvas.  It feels good to finally know who will be the next President of the U.S.  A rather historic one to boot!  Now we can finally move on and stop hearing all about campaigns and the baggage that comes with them.  Is there a more relaxing time than the day after an election?  I think not!

Saturday, November 1, 2008


36 x 24, acrylic on canvas.  This was pretty fun to do.  :)  Let me know what you think!