Halloween drawings coming soon.
Image via Tumblr.
This Thursday October 10th join me for the first-annual Portland Design Auction. This inaugural event will showcase new, original works of art from a variety of disciplines including painting, photography, furniture, jewelry, sculpture and more. In addition to the live auction at The Good Mod on Thursday evening in Portland, interested buyers can participate online starting today. For all the details click here.
Up for bid is my latest piece “Outside In.”
About the piece:
As we continue to populate the Earth, space, light and the natural environment become increasingly scarce. Thinking about our human needs as well as being conscious of our demands on the planet, I decided to introduce a painting that is for beauty sake and at the same time addresses these needs. Beyond being looked at, this painting reflects its environment while also expanding the perception of the space and light. Through this process all that is included in this space becomes a part of the painting, highlighting ourselves as active participants in the artwork and our dwellings.
“Outside In” features a custom, live edge frame and is acrylic on glass.
Starting tomorrow, Portland will be celebrating design with over 80 Events and 100+ Open Houses. With so many events, there are bound to be a few that you would like to attend. See the complete list here.
Keep an eye out for the first annual Portland Design Auction on Thursday October 10th at The Good Mod. The PDA will be the first-annual Contemporary Art & Design Auction in Portland and will feature my piece “Outside In” as well as many other unique, one of a kind works of art.
All summer long I neglected this blog and chased the Sun.
Lets get caught back up…
Back in August I was featured in Eleven PDX magazine as their featured visual artist. I was so happy to be included, especially because I really dig Rhye. Check it out below and give Rhye a listen if you haven’t already, killer fall sounds.
These two fire.
Portland got some new color this past August when the Forest For The Trees project landed in town. From August 19 – 25th, 15 artists from 5 different countries participated in the public mural project throughout the city. My personal favorite popped up a couple blocks from where I live and features former Blazer Clyde Drexler painted by Madsteez.