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Crocodile Fisherman

Anyone in the Los Angeles area should stop by Meltdown Comics on Friday night to see the piece “Crocodile Fisherman” that’s part of the show Magical Girls: Art Inspired by Shojo Manga presented by Sweet Streets LA!

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Other artist have released a sneak-peek at their work in the show too, and from the looks of it, this event is going to be a lot of fun. There will be a free mini-concert, a cosplay contest, anime screenings, live painting, and local food trucks will be available. Wow!

7:00pm to 11:00pm – Meltdown Comics – 7522 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA

If you’re on Facebook, you can RSVP to the event, or find more details on the Meltdown Comics website.

And if you happen to be up north in the Bay Area, come say hello at WonderCon!

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Weekend Art Shows – 3X3

This weekend is an art weekend!  Three shows are going down all over the map!

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I’m super enthused to be part of Glenn Barr’s show, Lyric. All the pieces are inspired by music and mine is called Broken, inspired by Gorillaz and their newest album Plastic Beach.

Broken, 12x12, acrylics on wood panel
Broken, 12x12, acrylics on wood panel

The next show is a last-minute but very important fundraiser put on the Sweet Streets, called #PrayforJapan and it takes place at JapanLA. I’m donating a Canadian Tiger and a Zebramilk Artist Proof from the limited edition series.

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And lastly, the guys at Mondo POP in Rome have two of my paintings, Deer God’s Coma and Product of Nowhere in their latest show called Pop Surrealism Big Bang.

Pop Surrealism Big Bang - MondoPOP

Work in Progress – Sneak Peak – Wednesday, Part I

Hey y’all!  I’m starting a new “thang”.  Every Wednesday I’m going to post a work in progress shot (or two or three) of something I’m working on. Let’s get going!

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Art for the Magical Girls show for Sweet Streets LA at Gallery Meltdown