A New Look for my Bigcartel page


I have recently updated and cleaned up my Bigcartel page that I use to sell some original paintings. You can get to it by clicking on the image above, or by finding it at the bottom of my STORE page I use here to sell my prints.

I’m Available for murals

I would love to a part of more commissioned mural projects. Indoor, Outdoor, big, small, GIANT, I’m in. If you like what I do and would love to have an animal-machine hybrid of your own, please feel free to contact me at

Unnatural Histories V at Antler PDX

I’m pretty excited to be in the upcoming Antler PDX show, Unnatural Histories V, that opens up on September 29th. Here’s a little bit about my piece Midas’ Minion:

It’s a little known fact that after King Midas went completely mad after accidentally turning everyone and everything he loved to gold, he locked himself in a tower only to develop an unhealthy relationship with a Rasputin like alchemist/tinkerer named Lauraunt. Vowing to never speak to anyone in person ever again out of fear and guilt (he only spoke to Lauraunt because he had a slight disgust and mistrust of him and if things ever went south, well, let’s just say the guilt would melt away) he had the tinkerer build an army of mechanical beetles who absorbed the golden contact on their shell, and then were able to pass along the infamous touch. Midas would whisper to these minions, and they would relay messages to the ears of friends and supporters. But to his enemies and foes, their sneaky little beetle bite was the last thing they would feel before hardening into gilded gorgon like monumental casualty.


August 12th is World Elephant Day

They Never, Ever Forget 12x12
Today is World Elephant Day. On August 12, 2012, the inaugural World Elephant Day was launched to bring attention to the urgent plight of Asian and African elephants. The elephant is loved, revered and respected by people and cultures around the world, yet we balance on the brink of seeing the last of this magnificent creature. Check out to learn more. (This painting is called They Never, Ever, Forget)