Friday, October 28, 2011

Blood bread.

In the 2nd century a religion began called Montanism that was a sort of revolt against Christianity. In the 3rd and 4th centuries Christians believed that people in this sect were joined together by a Eucharist, where they shared a bread that had been baked with the blood of a small child, who usually died as a martyr/sacrifice. Its hard to know fact from fiction in this case, since most of the surviving writings on the religion are anti-Montanist writings. I bought some fake blood and baked me some bread today for my latest still life- "Montanist Eucharist". 

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

for my personal amusement

This is what I've been doing lately.
I am not a fan of still lives. So I decided to paint one.

"Waldensian Eucharist"

Saturday, October 8, 2011

30 under 30 opening

Great music, awesome turnout, wonderful evening.

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Installation Day!

 Brett came to assist- notice the view in the background!

Overlooking the downtown 

 The arrangement!

This Friday! Can't wait!

30 under 30 installation!

Some crappy photos of some more finished pieces for the upcoming show. Since I was working on these up till the last minute, I haven't gotten these photographed. 

Some are taken at angles to avoid the glare, they are quite shiny.

Photo transfer on panel with spray paint and paint marker. 

Photo transfer on panel with spray paint and paint marker 

Photo transfer on panel with acrylic and spray paint 

"Pagan Shrine I"
Distressed photo transfer on panel 

"Pagan Shrine II"
Distressed photo transfer on panel

Monday, October 3, 2011