Now showing through March 7 at Modern Eden Gallery, “The Zealot’s Elixir”….a show focusing on snake oil salesmen, false prophets and hope for the lost. My piece, “Shining Apples” (inspired by the song of the same name on the “Tales from the Black Meadow” album by The Soulless Party) is on display with a collection of amazing works. To view the exhibition online check it out here!
A few photos of my contribution to the show.
And the song that inspired it!
That’s right. Finally, after several years I’ve decided to update my site design, as well as re-open my store!
Hopefully, as long as everything goes smoothly, you will find a refreshed site, and goodies to buy tomorrow night at 9pm (eastern standard time).
Seems this corner of the studio has been a wee bit underused….time to tidy up and breathe some life into it again!
Thank you for hanging around and waiting patiently— or at the very least, not unsubscribing—due to lack of posting.
I can sometimes feel overwhelmed by the amount of social networking sites and keeping up with them tends to fall by the wayside. If you are a fan of my Goblinfruit Studio page on Facebook, you might have noticed that I tend to post updates more regularly there. If you haven’t “liked” the page and are on Facebook, I encourage you to pop on over there and give the “like” button a click—especially if you enjoy more frequent updates. There is also a link on my Facebook fan page to subscribe to my mailing list. I will be sending occasional updates on upcoming shows and extra tidbits will appear in newsletters before appearing on Facebook.
You can also find me on Instagram. Most photos will be of works-in-progress, art (not necessarily my own) and art events, cats, and more likely than not, the beers I enjoy. So, if any of that intrigues you, please do follow me.
And…find me on Twitter if that is your social site of choice.
Will be back soon, lots to catch up on!
….tune in to this space on Sunday.
Lots to report, but have a few fires to put out before then!
I am very pleased to announce that my work will be appearing in Spectrum Fantastic Art 19, to be released this fall.
As such, the piece submitted for inclusion (as long as all goes well and no mishaps befall it) will be making an appearance at the Spectrum Fantastic Art Live! convention, happening May 18-21.
If you are in the Kansas City area, and love sci-fi and fantastical art, be sure to get yourself a pass…it’s an opportunity to meet some of the best artists in the field and those artists you’ve long admired. Prices are more than reasonable…just $20 for a one day pass, and $40 for a three day! You’ll find both myself and fellow exhibitor, EC Steiner (aka King Unicorn) at booth 404. Be sure to say hello, chat us up and ask those questions you’ve always needed answered…
My congratulations to every one of the artists who were chosen for this year’s publication, and a big THANK YOU to the judges who deemed my work representative of Spectrum’s high standards.
My apologies to all my subscribers for the radio silence…I’ve been lost deep in a creative vortex getting critters ready for the upcoming Spectrum Fantastic Art Live! convention in May. An update and sneak-peeks will be posted soon! In the meantime, enjoy a lovely tune by Air.