Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Coolness Supreme! (minus rambling)

So, I sat down to type up this post and started rambling in my usual manner. As I got about half way through I read what I wrote, and it made so little sense (supreme rambling, supreme!) that I had to delete it.

Since words (obviously) could not describe the awesomeness I felt when I found out that someone (who had purchased my work) had liked my art so much, that they had to get a tattoo of it (the only one they have), I just decided to post a photo of it (since my rambling couldn't get the point across).

The discovery of this was absolute elation (like winning the lottery, I imagine, or finding treasure in your back yard). I can't put the rest into words. I just can't.



Saturday, April 2, 2011

Comedy for the Cure charity event.

I'm honored to have been asked to donate a piece of my artwork for this wonderful charity event's silent auction, which is happening tonight. Besides myself, there will be artwork by artists Dan McCarthy and Sue Porcaro. All money raised will be donated to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. This event is in memory of a little boy named Dillon Wilson who was unfortunate enough to pass away from a rare blood cancer. If you have the time, please take a look at their webpage:

The event takes place annually, so if you can't donate or attend this year, there is always next year (and remember that you can donate anytime to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society).

Below is the piece I donated, At Play. It's archivally framed, floated behind UV glass.