A lot of new movement going on at the mural. The weather isn't helping any of the teams working on location. The parking lot needs to be paved immediately because of the oncoming snowstorm and the mural needs to be finished for the same reason. In order to do both at the same time we need to downgrade my lift to a much smaller much more shaky in the high winds model. Those clouds are not happy clouds. Finishing touches are being added to the mural. The great barn owl among th
New day, new colors to crack open AND!! BLUE SKIES
After 12:30 the wall goes into the cold, windy, snowy, and dark shade of the upper east coast in late October. Yesterday the mural site experienced a change in season every hour. There was even a new season where the rain falls from the sky sideways and the wind turned it into sleet, and then when you look up while painting the sleet quickly turns into hail. Dont let the sunshine fool you, the clouds are coming in f
Part 1 October 16, 2018 Syracuse, NY
1022 W Fayette St. To begin this 3 part blog I would like to thank the Believe in Syracuse Organization for being the force behind this project. Without them this project would not have seen the light of winter. As with any occupation there is a lot of unseen work that goes into making a production like this mural happen. I wish it were as simple showing up with a wheel barrow full of paint and getting to work but, there are permits to be
It has grown arms and teeth! location photos: the 3D version is nearly as large as the 2D.
I hope to bring an even bigger 2D version to a wall and then construct a larger 3D version from that vision. Repeat this cycle until a spaceship is needed to begin construction on the moon
see you at Art Basel.
Back in March 2018 I was accepted into the SprATX Ignite Residency Program
As the finale of the residency I was to have a solo exhibition of the artwork created during the residency (you can check that out by clicking here) Part of this exhibition was painting the mural you see below on the outside wall of the gallery space a little bit difficult to paint with a left eye full of corroded battery acid but, you only need one eye to paint If you like this mural give that PLAY b
One of my favorite art shows on the east coast, over 100 artists all given space to build and display their artwork throughout 20,000 sq. ft. however they would like! For this years show I stuck to my past formula and built a entire installation out of found material and scrap wood If you would like to know how I built this Then keep on reading! First up the show producers gave me a space Now that I have an idea of how big I can build the objective is gather useful materials.