Many of my artworks are available at Kelly’s Corner at 3901 Macarthur Avenue in Oakland’s historic Laurel District. You can find candles, necklaces, cards and small shrines.
On of my long-term collectors, Eve Chosak recently commissioned me to create a unique Goddess to bring positive changes into her life. She was already in possession of a four-foot square canvas of Betty Page that she wanted to transform into a Green Tara. After meditating on the idea for a month I set up a painting at her home and got to work. Eve was integrally involved in the process with color requests, composition offers, and inspiring me to create the Goddess she needed. We even used Eve’s hands as models for the Goddesses, and she had a chance to assist a little in the painting process. Having Eve’s energy in the piece was an important part of the process.
If you are interested in a sacred artwork created just for you, big or small, please contact me email@example.com
To celebrate the last 43 years of my incarnation and to prepare for the next 43 I decided to have a party with my favorite people and things; great artwork, yummy food, wonderful people and live music. This show features several of my solo pieces as well as collaborations with Nicolas Caesar and Jombi Superstar. It was a BLAST!
My Inner Landscapes series was inspired by the diversity of California’s coastline. This series of mixed media works on handmade papers are 11 by 14 inches in a 14 by 20 inch creme colored matt, $50 each including for shipping and handling. Paypal firstname.lastname@example.org
The Day of the Dead Show was a huge success featuring fabulous art and beautiful live music, with lots of our artworks finding new homes. We have been invited to do a monthly Second Saturday art nite at The Clubhouse. Nicolas Caesar explains our mission: “It was one of the best art experiments we’ve done, taking art back to the people, creating a unintimidating environment, showcasing affordable art, reminding people that they can still buy are from real people from their community. Art is accessible again!”