i'm a bit concerned for the youth of today and all their indoor gadgetry....as a kid i was always outside....climbing trees, building forts, catching crawdads all that americana shit...nowadays i spend a lot of time inside painting but i'm lucky enough to consider the ocean my playground so i stay pretty balanced...on occasion i also paint outside...below you'll find some quickies from recent ventures in the great outdoors
got me a new website and since my old one is no longer on the interwebs i figured i'd post a few highlights and random snippets from the past before diving into the here and now...thought the image below well suited the blog post title....and away we go
wasn't really sure where to start with the back posting bit so i cheated and read my own bio...wow that seems kinda narcissistic but hey, it totally worked because i love painting walls and the en masse dudes rule
now that i've added two highlights taken directly from my bio i'm gonna get to a random snippet....i'm an old man now but in the days of my youth i rode my skateboard religiously....that enthusiasm for the art of skateboarding carried on well into my adult years and i even still ride the useless wooden toy from time to time today....long story short skateboarding means a lot me so you can imagine how stoked i was to have a piece of my work on colin mckay's wall
those first entries are all relatively recent but the whole holy shit really aspect of seeing my work on a guys wall that i used to watch videos of when i was still popping zits made me think of a mural opportunity a few years back... i was invited to paint a wall in portland and then discovered i'd be painting over herbert baglione's work....
alright, i'm already tiring of this catch up exercise so i'm going to call it for tonight but i'll probably do a couple more back posts before i end up posting anything current or maybe i'll post some current shits then go flashback on it...who knows, all i know is smiles are good medicine so hopefully this little guy will get you grinning