Friday, September 9, 2011

C.A.V.E. Gallery Show Tonight!!!!!

Please come out and support awesome art and artists!!!!

Wednesday, June 22, 2011


Brand new prints available now!!!!

22.5" X 15"
high quality archival giclee print
available from

Friday, April 15, 2011

HOT OFF THE PRESS!!!! "Poison Bottle" 11 x 24 Poster Prints available
Silver on black paper
Black on off-white paper
Each $25 US shipped anywhere
please email me if interested

Friday, February 4, 2011

My submission for the upcoming show @ Articulated Gallery/ Loved to Death in San Franciso.
The opening is next weekend. Please contact the gallery for more information...

Articulated Gallery
1681 Haight St

San Francisco, CA 94117

And, as usual... all the best!

Saturday, October 30, 2010

The Hanged Man

My version of the Hanged Man tarot card;

The Hanged Man is one of the most mysterious cards in the tarot deck. It is simple, but complex. It attracts, but also disturbs. It contradicts itself in countless ways. The Hanged Man is unsettling because it symbolizes the action of paradox in our lives. A paradox is something that appears contradictory, and yet is true. The Hanged Man presents to us certain truths, but they are hidden in their opposites.

The main lesson of the Hanged Man is that we "control" by letting go - we "win" by surrendering. The figure has made the ultimate surrender - to die on the cross of his own travails - yet he shines with the glory of divine understanding. He has sacrificed himself, but he emerges the victor. The Hanged Man also tells us that we can "move forward" by standing still. By suspending time, we can have all the time in the world.

The Hanged Man reminds us that the best approach to a problem is not always the most obvious. When we most want to force our will on someone, that is when we should release. When we most want to have our own way, that is when we should sacrifice. When we most want to act, that is when we should wait. The irony is that by making these contradictory moves, we find what we are looking for.

Thursday, August 26, 2010

Der Todes Koenig

The following set of photos are from the opening of "Der Todes Koenig" @ Lion Heart Gallery in Oberhausen Germany. I would like to express a lot of gratitude to my friends and family who made this possible and stood by me when I was being difficult.
I would also like to express extreme thanks to the owners and curators of Lionheart Gallery, Igor and Meike, who are two of the most extraordinary people I have ever met. Their kindness and generosity touched me deeply.
Some pieces are still available to purchase through the gallery.
If you are interested, please contact the gallery directly @

Thanks again, all the best, and enjoy!

Monday, July 5, 2010

Heading to Germany tomorrow for the opening on Saturday. I will be posting pics of the pieces when I return. Until then, all the best!
I have been graciously asked not to post any more photos of the boxes before the show, but I wanted to leave you with one more image. This is my "Rock of Ages"