A certain Justin Brancato character suggested:
For your next show you should install the paintings as if the sides were the FACE of the canvas. You have my blessing.
So I built this city of paintings in progress for the benefit of one Justin Brancato.
These portraits of weird-looking white males are for Kevin Kooyman’s Panel Project in Iowa.
Here are some recent drawings done with my sweet multicolor pens (Pilot G2s, FYI).
These are for sale and the prices range from $40-80. The goal for this year was to try out smaller, cheaper, less skully paintings, and this will be a good chance to test ’em out in a kid-friendly setting yep yep!
Special thanks to @tcabeen for providing some of the titles.
Alright, so I ended up showing five paintings at the Downtown Artery in Fort Collins, Colorado. The Artery really did a good job with the labels.
Hey, these are all still totally for sale. I am very money-crazy.
I did yet another live painting in Lafayette last night. Check it:
Hey, this triptych printed on three 12″x16″ stretched canvases is available for $200, y’all.
These will be prints on canvas. The sides of the canvas will be black.
These paintings are about dance moves, and they were done quickly in late 2008.
Contact info is michael at michaelherring.net if you’re interested.
Here is a photo of the actual prints. Dangit, the black color on the bottom of the originals screwed up the bottom.
I did another live painting in Lafayette last night. Check it out:
Checkemitout I’ve got paintings showing at the Luscious Nectar smoothie bar up in Fort Collins, Colorado during July 2013.
I was not able to attend the opening, but there appears to have been some breakin’ dancin’.
I will be live painting July 19 at this location.
I think both these photos were taken by the promoter and DJ, Chris Whitman.
Alright, the live-painting is done as of July 19, 2013. Here are three photos. First two are from Luscious Nectar and Chris Whitman, and the last is my photo.
Got a good close up of my painting with proper light and alla that, courtesy Chris Whitman.
Just did these in the ol’ sketchbook last night and will most likely elaborate on at least three of them.
Ooh, a quick flyer:
Here are some photos of a recent spray-paint project for my cousin in San Francisco.
This was a fun project. If anyone needs garage doors or regular doors or anything like that, lemme know.
I’m down for getting more practice at this crazy medium.
I left a large abstract painting with some random dude* at my last job in Iowa before moving to Colorado four years ago. Here’s the painting on his office wall, I believe.
*Please note: Ben Dillon.
Collection of Ben Dillon.
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