Well, this is kind of a bittersweet entry into blogdom as I sit here watching Labyrinth (the prequel to Pan's Labyrinth where the girl, instead of being a nice little imaginative girl, is a terrible teenager and says "I HATE YOU!" to babies) and thinking about how much time i DON'T have to meet certain deadlines that are rapidly approaching. But that's not your problem. Nor is the fact that a severe, hippy-punching storm attacked the opening night to my solo show in Portland causing a lot of people (except the amazingly supportive local crowd) to stay indoors instead of outdoors where they would have surely been ass-raped by winds and hail.
So what am I getting at? Well, I have been extremely fortunate and appreciative in the past year or so to actually be able to sell some artwork in an economy where people aren't even buying porn. Being able to put together some cool art shows with affordable pieces has been really well-accepted in general, and simultaneously has helped pay the bills too. So 2 hours before the doors opened to my new show, when the city-wide storm warnings literally told people to stay inside their houses and NOT COME OUT AT ALL BECAUSE THEY WILL DIE, I got a little bummed. In the end, though, the rain let up and people showed up and I sold some art and i had an amazing show. Whenever I sell art, even if its one piece, its good news. But now for the better news: because not much sold at the opening, now everyone else who is not in the Pacific Northwest can get a chance to view/purchase some of my original art.
You can check out the entire price list and images for the show by clicking HERE or by going to the direct link:
To purchase or inquire about any of the pieces, email email@example.com or call 503.548.4835.
Oh, and you can see some of the framing on some of the pieces in my previous post, HERE
Thank you for checking out the art:)
Jason Voorhees and I will see you in Denver in like 6 weeks!