My solo show “No Rest For The Wicked” opens on October 18th, 2014 at OneWay Gallery Hope in Pawtucket, RI.
This is my second solo showcase with OneWay Gallery as well as a byproduct of the last 2 years of my life. Everything I’ve worked on for the past 700 days or so has been leading up to this point. So if you’re in the surrounding area and enjoy free alcohol, come celebrate me being able to breathe again for the first time in a long time.
They’re just stencils, not statements.
We may be raffling off some prints the night of the opening so stay tuned.
Kisses, tough guys.
All good things come to an end.
Walter White. Acrylic and Aerosol on Canvas.
Sold…before I could get used to it.
Social media causes its user to suffer from migraines, exhaustion, anxiety and a strong lack of originality. Here’s what I’ve been doing instead of searching for validation. Kisses.
Hans Landa. Aerosol and Acrylic on Canvas.
Weirdo. Aerosol on Canvas.
My Head Still Hurts. Aerosol and Acrylic on Canvas.
New York Hates You. Aerosol and Acrylic on Canvas.
A Soldier and His Donkey. Aerosol and Acrylic on Canvas.
Alec Aint Nothing To F’ With. Aerosol on Canvas.
Swayze. Aerosol on Canvas.
Here are a few shots of work I put together for my solo exhibition at One Way Gallery in Narragansett, RI. Show runs until the dreadful eve of Christmas. All pieces are spray paint and acrylic on canvas.
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Looking down the barrel of a ton of methamphetamine.
“Walt and Jesse”
Each piece is 36′ x 38′ on canvas. Blue crystal sold separately.
Philip Seymour Hoffman. Enough said.
24 x 36 on canvas.
And at last the trilogy is complete.
“The Girl Who Kicked Reason”
48′ x 32′ on canvas.
After painting this, myself and several extremely intelligent Hip Hop enthusiasts could not for the life of us come up with one Ol’ Dirty Bastard quotable that was remotely proper English. We love him anyway.
36′ x 46′