This portrait of Seattle pioneer Arthur Denny was created in aerosol paint with latex paint for the smoke surrounding him. The Locomotive was painted in acrylic with brushes. The brush, gravel and eagle were painted by teammate , local artist Tehya Sullivan. She painted a couple hidden gems in the mural that you have to be there to see. Check out more of her work at tehyasullivan.wordpress.com
Heres my coffin painted for the 4th annual Boxes Of Death show at the Piranha Shop in Seattle WA. This is one of the most unique and creative shows I have been a part of, and this year was definitely one to be remembered! 50 artists creating one of a kind coffins. All of the coffins are for sale and viewable boxesofdeath.com !
This mural was painted last week in Nashville (Belle Meade) Tennessee by myself and Jeff Jacobson . Our idea was to create a visual timeline about technology and its relevance throughout history into present day. I painted the left as Jeff painted the right blending our styles together in the middle. You can see more about our process on Facebook at Outside 734. Thanks to the Kohler family and all the other great people we met there , it was truly a great trip!