Where the wild things were

Happy to announce our new neighbors Illiterate Magazine have settled in real real nice over the last few weeks and had an...OK at best turn out for their inaugural show "Where the Wild Things Art" curated by the late Max "keep'em separated" Kaufman. Here is a little one-two punch I did for the show that runs until December so if you are near the S. Broadway area swing by and say "why do these paintings cost so much!!?"Lets make'm feel right at home.

The Anointing -13X15-Acrylic on wood-$225

Detail- A twist on the original now playing up a more mixed religion idea as the retina free wild things appearing more as they would from an esoteric pagan stance hoist the newly appointed king in to his rightfully hierarchy upon the backs of the masses. Topped off with the traditional white smoke and ballot burring we have all come to know and love from the Catholic's Papal inauguration. Sure to be a comfort in your home that is cherished for generations.

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Tears of a clown

A juggler with no arms will inevitably drop the ball.

Acrylic on wood 24"X48" (HUGE!) painted Live during Joyride at the Bicycle Film Festival Denver 2009 $450-SOLD

Detail of flaming bird juggling ball