Wednesday, January 30, 2013
Eat Your Art Out V" The theme is "Drive In Movies" My piece is titled "That Is So Fake!" acrylic on wood block 8"X10" will be up for auction to benefit the Angle City Derby Girls: EAT YOUR ART OUT was started five years ago by a skater for the Angel City Derby Girls, Jane Dope, to raise funds for her struggling women’s Flat Track Roller Derby League. “Our survival is largely dependent upon sponsorships, donations and fundraising events,” Jane explains. “Eat Your Art Out is by far our most successful fundraising event, beyond my wildest dreams!” The event is at Titmouse Studios in Hollywood. I will be there and hope you will too.
Monday, January 14, 2013
Fictional Frontiers with Sohaib did an interview with me right at the beginning of Dec. We talked about art, robots, making animated shows and other non-sense. The first half is Star Wars author Timothy Zahn. Check out Sohaib's past interviews and other cool guest, you can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes.
Monday, January 7, 2013
Welcome 2013. 2012 was special, we finished the first season of Robot And Monster the season finale will be coming up soon. Goofed off in Africa in the summer, made the 100 Robots gallery show,there is still some artwork available. Conjoined III sculpture show at Copro Gallery. Curated by the amazing Chet Zar with a boat load of talented sculptors, Sat Jan 19th 8pm. Rivet Gallery in Ohio last summer. This will be the West Coast debut. He is a hefty guy and a bit of a departure from my regular art robots. Just before the holidays I had Sam from Fanboy Comics drop by my little pop art studio for an interview. I had a lot of fun, it was nice to just sit and chat in a casual setting (My house). Comic-Con this year I’m going to get involved with TR!CKSTER. More about the making of Revenge-Bot which I hope you all had a chance to see. Right now I’m checking out some other venues around the country for another Revenge-Bot installation. Also working on turning "100 Robots" in to a book, I'll keep everyone posted. So this is what the post apocalyptic world is like. Far fewer zombies then I imagined.