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The press has been waiting outside my house and I'm getting obscene phone calls. so I'm finally giving in and posting more work. Now leave me alone. A few paintings and therapy drawings which I do as small breaks of visual wind from intense painting.
"Birds Watching or The Dangling Carrot Sandwich"
"Chester Shat a Kidney"
"Don't Cut Me"
"The Novitiate or a Little Bleach will keep those Shirts White"
Like the birdmen and women of Alco-Daz one a lot.
(That being the last one, in case I'm being too arch )
From Gegarin's point of view
I simply love the style of your works mate... can't wait for more!!
My Imagination is killing me!
your artwork is always some original and inspiring, keep sharing!!!!
SKETCHBOOK -> http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...=195781&page=9
crazy , I love the french bulldog
Chris-You're always too arch. Thanks.
Thanks MoKhi, much appreciated.
Merl1n, thank you.
thanks jilted one, then there shall be more.
techiejohnson, you really have a techie johnson? Thanks!
D art- thank you and love to Spain.
xjoxrdi-yeah, my first frenchy. I have pugs and a mini dachshund. Frenchy is kind of a pug with cool ears.
I uploaded these as attachments. Is that a better way to do it than hosting? I'm really slow on the uptake with some things.
"No Biting" is acrylic on wood.
"Unfortunate Pecking" is oil on copper.
What an amazing imagination, plus the power to express it in images. We want more.
Too kind Lawrence. Well not too kind. Actually, could even be kinder.
As I prepare for a show at Gallery Nucleus in SoCal I'll post some stuff and you can't do anything about it.
A couple of paintings on copper and then some experimental life deviations. I always keep paper and other scraps of surface material around me so I can grab something and do a quick drawing or painting. They usually take 15-30 minutes. Only one took about an hour. The last seven are just such pieces.
"Madonna and Bunnbee"
"Another Albino Tree"
Your work is always fresh and inspirational. Awesome, awesome stuff. It was great meeting you at the opening of your show at the Animazing Gallery in NYC. Take care!
My Kickstarter Project - "Gateway: The Book of Wizards"
Of course it was great to meet you too Sean. Posted on your post about not recognizing your handle here. Thanks for the nice words.
Pumpin' them out.
"Blue Birch Crown: The Objects and Symbols of Piety"
"Merrill: Bred For Breeding"
Couple of speed paintings.
"Tastes a Little Bitter"
"Oldish Guy's Teenage Angst"
"No Biting" is brilliant. I like your style, quite unique.
ur picture really telling me stories i like tat
You've definitely got one of the most unique, compelling styles I've seen. Really, really amazing work.
Thanks Mick, I'll take unique. I like unique.
Juliuslim, Glad you like my stories. Telling them is fun too.
Well thanks Justin, and thanks for the PM.
I really love the balance between the shading and texture of the paint in "Mobydog" (red hair guy on pug). Fantastic work Bill, I love it.
Thanks. As long as you all keep looking I'll keep posting.
A few of the last pieces for my show at Gallery Nucleus in SoCal opening May 12. If any of you are down there and have nothing to do on a Saturday night stop by and say hi. I don't get out much here in Boise.
"Time To Break in a New Scope"
"Pigs Are Lucky"
I just love looking at your work Bill. Such a singular creative vision. Big fan!
ME wee little- always in need of updating, website.
More CA art dumps!
Thanks Scott. That means a lot. Give 'em hell at Spectrum Live!