strange-gods:

Black Crown Resplendent



Large scale work being produced with comparative quickness.  Show tonight, should be interesting.

strange-gods:

Black Crown Resplendent

Large scale work being produced with comparative quickness. Show tonight, should be interesting.
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strange-gods:

For anyone in the SF Bay area, there is an opening for some new work of mine.  All those not in attendance are doomed to eventual death.  All those in attendance are doomed to eventual death.

HEED THE CALL, YE MIGHTY AND DAMNED!

strange-gods:

Still in progress.  Anyone in the SF Bay Area this coming Friday is welcome to attend an exhibition of this work (pending completion, evil gods willing) and others, including that giant triptych below, at the City Center Hostel in the fetid bowels of the tenderloin.  Details to be posted tomorrow.

Slow progress, but steady and satisfactory. Heed the above invitation and clear your calendars in preparation for the savagery.  Free booze probably.

strange-gods:

Still in progress. Anyone in the SF Bay Area this coming Friday is welcome to attend an exhibition of this work (pending completion, evil gods willing) and others, including that giant triptych below, at the City Center Hostel in the fetid bowels of the tenderloin. Details to be posted tomorrow.

Slow progress, but steady and satisfactory. Heed the above invitation and clear your calendars in preparation for the savagery. Free booze probably.
dragoblah said: Hey where ya been, ive missed your art on dash. By the way, have you ever done any big art project, like a big piece or colab?

I’ve been doing a few giant projects, the last two things I’ve posted are some of the largest works I’ve completed.  Otherwise I’ve been occupying myself away from computers, I don’t find myself around here much these days.  Good days, these.  More painting is incipient, keep an eye out.

strange-gods:

be thy cities ever chosen and rejoice!

Finished.  Onward!

Details over at strange-gods

strange-gods:

be thy cities ever chosen and rejoice!

Finished.  Onward!

Details over at strange-gods

strange-gods:

Progress marches on

This has proven to be one of the most stubborn paintings I’ve ever done.  Composition elements refusing to cooperate.  I’m going to call it finished tonight, there are other hounds braying at my gate and they must be attended to.

strange-gods:

Progress marches on

This has proven to be one of the most stubborn paintings I’ve ever done.  Composition elements refusing to cooperate.  I’m going to call it finished tonight, there are other hounds braying at my gate and they must be attended to.

strange-gods:

More work in progress!  I’m revisiting some older ideas on a larger scale.

Slowly, slowly, the machine shutters to life.

strange-gods:

More work in progress!  I’m revisiting some older ideas on a larger scale.

Slowly, slowly, the machine shutters to life.

strange-gods:

A long silence, broken!  I have been at work on a large-scale triptych (50x40” per panel) that I finished this week.  This is a rough view of the thing, and the colors have gone off a bit, but the idea is there.  For any of you in the SF bay area there will be an opening for this piece as well as some others sometime in the coming month or two.  Details to follow when they solidify from the ether.

strange-gods:

A long silence, broken!  I have been at work on a large-scale triptych (50x40” per panel) that I finished this week.  This is a rough view of the thing, and the colors have gone off a bit, but the idea is there.  For any of you in the SF bay area there will be an opening for this piece as well as some others sometime in the coming month or two.  Details to follow when they solidify from the ether.

strange-gods:

It’s been a long winter’s hibernation, but the creature stirs to life.  A lot to show in the coming days, first up is a look at a new large-scale triptych in progress.  Feels good to be back in the saddle.

As it says, more will be posted as it happens.

strange-gods:

It’s been a long winter’s hibernation, but the creature stirs to life.  A lot to show in the coming days, first up is a look at a new large-scale triptych in progress.  Feels good to be back in the saddle.

As it says, more will be posted as it happens.

deathandmysticism:

Martyr William Tyndale being burnt at the stake in Belgium, from an Elizabethan edition of Foxe’s Martyrs, 16th century

deathandmysticism:

Martyr William Tyndale being burnt at the stake in Belgium, from an Elizabethan edition of Foxe’s Martyrs, 16th century