Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Hibbleton Gallery in Fullerton

Outside the Hibbleton Gallery
I was so excited the Hibbleton gallery put up a huge poster of my piece outside. Thank you Hibbleton!

Thursday, April 14, 2011

Going going gone!

Thank you to all that bid on the emas for Japan! There are new artists added until April 17th. A big thank you to Charmaine and all that bid on mine!
Mojo trying to steal the ema for himself!

Saturday, April 9, 2011

Sunday is the last day to bid on these pieces for Japan relief!

Only 1 day and 15 hours left to bid! 
Thank you to everyone that has bid on my piece already!

To see all of the pieces please go here.

Participating artists
Aaron Meshon, Allison Sommers, Amy Crehore, Amy Huddleston, Axelhoney/ Melissa Anderson Contreras, Celëne Petrulak, Fawn Fruits/Daniel Lim, Jeya/ Jeni Yang, Joel Nakamura, Kelly Vivanco, Lilly Piri, Lorena Alvarez, MALL/ May Ann Licudine, Yoskay Yamamoto, XO3/ Zoë Williams, Harmony Gong, Audrey Kawasaki, Kevin Cassidy, Macoe, Florence Pacho, Mar Hernandez, Ken Garduno

Tonight Art Show in Pomona!

Three paintings from my rock n' roll series are in this show. All works are under $400.
Opening reception Saturday, April 9th
from 6-9 pm
curated by Bekka Utermohlen 
at The Glasshouse Record Store
248 W. 2nd Street
Pomona CA 
'Gabba Gabba Hey!"
'Long Snake Moan'  •  12" x 12"
'White Light' • 11" x 14"

Monday, April 4, 2011

My piece for Japan

My heart goes out to the Japanese people.
I wish them good health, luck and longevity. In Japanese folklore the crane lives for a 1,000 years and the turtle for 10,000 years. Zen Buddhist priest Eisai wrote "Tea is the ultimate mental and medical remedy and has the ability to make ones life more full and complete." A Japanese tea ceremony is to prepare a bowl of tea from the heart.

To bid on this 5" x 3" piece for Japan relief please go to this ebay page. Thank you to the person that has already bid on it!

Artists Help Japan

My friend Christina Conway has put together a ebay art auction to help raise funds for Japan. This is a bit about what was created. Here is a link to the art auction page. http://shop.ebay.com/puck.rye/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_from=&_ipg=25

Ema Art Auction for Artists Help Japan Earthquake & Tsunami Fund - Give2Asia

100% of Proceeds to Benefit 


Earthquake &Tsunami 2011 Fund 
 Ema are traditional small Japanese wooden tablets left at shrines with an image on one side, and a wish or a prayer on the other. To help Japan relief efforts, spread awareness, support and hope, artists are creating ema with their own positive heartfelt imagery for auction to benefit Artists Help Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Relief Fund at Give2Asia.
Taking inspiration from these simple, traditional and specifically Japanese gestures of wish-making/prayers this auction allows everyone of any culture, religious background and dynamics a similar talisman, using the "if you will it, it will be" thought belief. A small work of art for a big cause.

The back side has been left blank for its new owner to write his or her own wishes or prayers.