I went north of NYC this weekend for a day trip. Came home and painted until 4:30 in the morning. Painting late is a normal thing of late.
This is a series of stopping points where I remembered to take a picture. Each picture represents at least one espresso.
Spent a little over 2 hours painting Delysia LaChatte today. Such a luxury to have a live body in front of me the whole time I painted!
I try to enjoy the success I have in art with trips, the cars and scotch. This past weekend I rented a nice '00 BMW M5 and zipped up to Ithaca, NY to hang with my buddy Steve and his family and friends. The excuse was a Pirate Party at his friend, Cezar's, place. Not quite sure of his spelling but let's go with that until I know. Cezar built a boat/mini cabin/clubhouse structure in his back yard. He also has a fire pit near by and we cooked food on the fire and ate stew as we were dressed as pirates and did many shots of rum, because pirates drink rum!
Opening at MF Gallery
213 Bond St.
JUNE 15, 6-10pm
Please look over the Prints page and get them all.
Have a good Easter/Passover or month.
Now is a good time to commission a portrait or purchase some physical art for the winter!
If you'd like to commission me for a painting... Portraits with my surreal aesthetic only. The face you have and my paint brushes! Estimated turnaround 3 months. Shorter will cost more. Contact me now.
Last Rites Gallery 325 W. 38th Street, between 8th & 9th Ave, NYC: (212) 529.0666
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