Lolligag World has a new vinyl figure! “Aloha!” Lolligag is an adorable and lively new platform, themed like a sweet little hula girl. To celebrate the new platform, Lolligag World and QPop Shop & Gallery in Los Angeles are hosting a custom group show opening March 25th, 7PM.
I’m pleased to contribute a custom painted Aloha Lolligag piece to the showing. My piece, “Selene Lulamoon”, is painted with acrylics and oils, mounted on a wood base.
I think the eyeball lei adds just the right touch. 😉 If you’re interested in Selene Lulamoon, she will be available through QPop Shop March 25th, or through email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you to everyone who visited and supported me and Deth Becomes You at our DesignerCon 2015 booth! We so appreciate the support, and the outstanding contributions to make this show the best DCon I’ve had yet. DBY debuted several new resin toys and original sculpted pieces. They were wonderful to see, even if there were few survivors to tell the tale.
Thank you to friends and fans who visited and took home new pieces, sketches and visited to catch up. It was a blast!
Thanks very kindly to artisan Diane McAmis for the beautiful necklace chains, and to friends and supporters who contributed support to our showing, brought gifts, Diet Coke, and made the weekend such a wonderful time.
Some bagged resin toys and original painted pieces are now available online here. Thank you for your support!
Nightmare In Wonderland Part 2 opens at Distinction Gallery April 11th, with a 6pm-10pm reception. Curator Ixie Darkonn and artists will be in attendance for opening night, if you are in the Escondido area, please consider joining for a lovely evening of dark and beautiful artworks!
Ixie was a valuable help in narrowing down my direction for the installment. For this exhibition installment I have contributed an 11×14″ gouache, acrylic and ink painting titled “The Late Mr. Harrington”.
This piece makes a nod to one of my favourite and first Burton films, Edward Scissorhands. When I considered the theme as The Colorful Show, the other Burton film that came to mind was his interpretation of Alice in Wonderland. The striking visuals stand out for me about that film, and seem as though he filled Wonderland with a dark brilliance. This is something I wanted to tap into for a contribution to Distinction Gallery.
The Exhibition opens April 11th, with reception from 6-10pm. For exhibition inquiries, please contact email@example.com Thank you for looking!
Feminamorphe opening reception at Toy Art Gallery was a lot of fun! Thank you to everyone who came out, supported the show online, contributed with photos or blogging, and made the show possible. Candie Bolton and Okokume joined opening reception night, it was lovely to see them!
Thank you to Gino and Toy Art Gallery for having us, we’re looking forward to next year! I owe many thanks also to friends who made it possible for me to attend opening, and came distances to join us for reception. Thank you!
Some original artwork from the show is now available on Toy Art Gallery’s website here. Your support is greatly appreciated, and makes it possible for me to continue making and sharing new and bigger works!
You can review exhibition pieces here until January 31st. Thank you for looking!
I’m thrilled to announce my participation in the small group exhibition, “Feminamorphe”, opening at Toy Art Gallery January 10th! Feminamorphe explores processes of transformation and appropriation between female and animal forms.
I will attend opening reception with the lovely Candie Bolton and other artists in attendance. If you’re in the LA Area, please join us for opening night January 10th! We’re exhibiting a body of both 2D and 3D works; drawings, paintings, custom toys and sofubi.
Pieces begin in affordable ranges in many shapes and sizes. Please join us during reception, or follow along on Social Media #Feminamorphe as we reveal more works and details.