Monday, March 21, 2011

Enameling class

Here are three pieces that I made this last quarter in my enameling class.

Sterling silver, copper, wet packed enamel on copper, and leather.

Belt Buckle inspired by the Daisy Red Ryder B-B Gun.
It is brass with painted enamel on copper.

Owl belt buckle: chemically etched copper with black enamel

Monday, October 25, 2010

I'm going to start posting again... hopefully.

This is a painting I did a few months ago for a rowdy-o themed show at a local art gallery. It is Glenn Beck... Crying. I dislike him.

It was originally named "Bare Back Rowdy-O"... But changed it to "Love Me."

It is acrylic paint on cardboard. About 3x5ft.

Monday, August 9, 2010


So lately I've been very lazy. I went through a phase where I was doing a lot of sketches and not doing anything passed that. I have a lot of ideas that I am working through, and as I get them done I will post them! Please keep looking back on my blog! I will post something by wednesday I swear! hope you all are well!

Monday, July 5, 2010

Saturday, May 22, 2010

Some Recent Practice Stuff.

These are all just really quick sketches, the time varied between 5-15 minutes. The first set are from a couple different nude drawing sessions, the second are of my fellow students who modeled in my class, and the last picture is just a hand study thing we did for a bit in one class.

There was a week between these (Above) drawings and the ones below. I can see an improvement.

The Drawings below are all from my class this last Thursday.

Monday, May 10, 2010

Friedrich Nietzsche

"When you look into an abyss, the abyss also looks into you."
-Friedrich Nietzsche

I got inspiration to do this drawing from a photo of Nietzsche towards the end of his life. He had a mental breakdown and was just staring at the wall.

This is my first pastel drawing. I did it pretty quick, only one night of work. I feel like it is still not done, but I am not sure what else it needs, I think that the white outlining that I did was probably a mistake... Oh well... I used oil pastels and a 18x24" canvas board.

Monday, May 3, 2010


Just finished this tonight, I was working from small photos, so details were hard. It is charcoal on watercolor paper.