Here are more little drawings I made while off on a little adventure in “cottage country” with the Newfs. Click on any image to enlarge. Apologies are in order for the inexcusably poor quality photos….I snapped them on a cabin table with an iphone while… Read More
Billy Name, Factory Superstar, has passed at 76. RIP
I’m continuing to make drawings in the garden. Here is a picture of the one I did this morning. Like the others, this one is pencil on hot-pressed watercolour paper.
This is a scan of a small photo-collage I made this afternoon, which I call Nick’s Place. It’s made up of parts of photos taken at two different trout streams. The mossy landscape parts and the single tree come from the canyon stretch of a… Read More
I really enjoyed Robert Chandler’s new painting show, called something happened, which opened this afternoon at Yumart. Yumart is at 401 Richmond, here in Toronto. If you’re in town and down that way, check it out. You’ll find some excellent painting. Going to an art… Read More
I made this image quite some time ago, messing around with a painting program (I forget which one) on an ipad. It features my pal Memphis.
….at 29th and Lakeshore yesterday
I was over at The Presurfer this morning and learned about the Weapon of Mass Instruction. Yes friends, the book box has been one-upped. I’m impressed that somebody has found a use for a 1979 Ford Falcon. Argentinian artist Raul Lemesoff worked with 7UP to… Read More
Exhibiting a group of paintings marks a natural end to what I think of as a cycle of work. For me that cycle really ends a couple months before the exhibition. Yesterday was the last day of my show at Yumart, Ways of the World,… Read More
As regular visitors to this blog know, I’ve been cooped up in the house since March 9 when I slipped on a step in front of the house and broke and dislocated my ankle. Before yesterday I had only been out for a doctor’s visit… Read More