Honored and humbled to be asked to contribute some work to the collection for the new Converse headquarters that just opened in Boston, MA. The list of artists that participated is stunning, making the Converse HQ one of the best galleries in town…if you can get in to see it! Below is my diptych titled […]
Bridgewater State University invited Kenji Nakayama and I to do a short residency at their main gallery on campus a while back. We transformed the gallery into our studio for a week, working days and nights creating a series of large collaborative pieces and several individual pieces which we presented in a formal gallery setting at […]
My friend, studio-mate and business partner Josh Falk and myself had a two person show at One Way Gallery in Narraganset, RI this summer. We did some new collaborative work, solo work as well as a small on-site installation and it was a great excuse for us to spend some time down by the beach in RI. Below are a couple shots […]
I am honored to have been invited to participate in this upcoming show, A Major Minority, at 1AMSF Gallery. Curated by artist and Graffutursim founder Poesia, Over 100 incredibly talented artists from across the globe were selected to contribute A4 sized works for this…so the show should be amazing. I made 4 pieces (a quadriptych) […]
I was invited to visit Inked Magazine in NYC this Summer to do a little decorating in their main office. Along with two other artists, JK5 and Blind Barber, I was presented a wall to do pretty much whatever I wanted, and they documented it for their Art issue which comes out this week. Was a […]
Snuck in another outdoor project before the snow starts falling here… this time a piece for HarborArts in the Boston Shipyard & Marina that I am calling “A WAKE”. I was thrilled to finally paint here as the Shipyard Gallery is a really unique (..and relatively unknown) space in Boston…plus its right down the street in my neighborhood […]
The good folks at Lincoln Arts Project and the town of Waltham, MA got together to help make it possible for me to paint a massive new mural right on the tracks in downtown Waltham. This one was approximately 200 ft long and 20 ft tall and took a few weeks over the months of […]
My solo show, Conflict and Resolve, opened in Boston this month at Lot F Gallery showcasing a completely new body of work that I’ve been developing for the last year or so. I’ll keep the words short on this one and just show you the work. Thanks to Lot F for the opportunity once again and […]
Over the last few months I had been in contact with Jason, one of the organizers of Bartlett Events, as he prepared for their inaugural event at the Bartlett Yard site they had recently taken over. An abandoned MBTA bus storage and maintenance facility, it was a massive industrial garage building with TONS of blank […]
Converse invited Kenji and I to do another mural for them, this time in the boardroom of their N.Andover, MA headquarters. We are both really happy with how this one came out..even if I was a little worried at times. It’s one of our most successful collaborations yet, allowing each of our individual aesthetics to […]
I recently had some prints made of two of my favorite pieces from the last couple years, Kowloon Crossing and Visual Sound 1. Limited to 20 ea. these are 16″ x 24″ giclee prints with archival inks, hand signed and numbered on heavyweight paper. I am offering them for $100 unframed. There are a few available via Hellion Gallery in Portland, OR […]
Last week I was out in the Pacific North Fresh for the opening of my new show with Kenji “Too Far Gone” at Hellion Gallery in Portland, OR. Kenji and I made new collaborative work for this show, layering collage and paint on a 4′ x 8′ panel then chopping it up into 25 different […]
I was super excited to be invited to participate in the show 7-7-7 at Montserrat College of Art this summer. The show consists of 7 artists doing 7 walls in 7 weeks, with each artist given a week to live at Montserrat and work in the gallery (while its open for visitors to watch you […]
This month the Distillery Gallery is hosting a cool little show curated by the members of Project SF themselves…called “Friends With Benefits“. The concept, developed and pitched by Gregory Burdett of Project SF, was for each of the members of Project SF to pick an artist outside of the group to collaborate with on one […]
The opening for Brother From Another Mother Pt 2 this month was a great success for both Kenji and I. We we’re thrilled to have so much support form our home town and excited to share our new work. Thats The Hookup has a great little review of the show and some cool pics of the […]
Once again..Kenji Nakayama and I will be showing at Lot F in Boston. This time the opening is April 6th…. TONIGHT! Yes..I realize I’m a little late on this post… ( i hope you “liked” me on Facebook to keep up with my news and events!!) so to make up for the late notice I’m […]
Apologies for the lack of updates lately, but I’ve been tinkering in the studio…enjoying the slower pace of New England “winter”. Here are a couple sneak-peaks at some new paintings I’ve been working on for some shows this Spring/Summer.
Finally getting some studio time now that the weather is starting to turn…and i’m happy with the results so far. This piece is the beginning of a new series for me titled Visual Sound. Something I talk a bit about in this recent interview for local paper The Weekly Dig. Got alot of great feedback […]
In preparation for our upcoming trip to Miami to paint during Art Basel, Stephen Holding and I have begun our collaborative mural project MetalWoulfe. Combining our graffiti/painting styles on a series of different walls, we will be pushing the boundaries of our aesthetics in an attempt to create something dynamic and new. By documenting these […]
Good friend and fellow Project SF artist Fish McGill has put together this great lil show coming up at L.A.P. gallery this month. A Collection of Bostonia Collectives will be up from Oct. 5th-Oct. 29th, with a costumed reception on October 28th. Come through for a whole lot of art, and what looks to be […]
Just installed a few new collaborations (with Josh Falk and Kenji Nakayama) in the lobby of the new Oliver Lofts building in Boston. Below are some shots of the install and you can see better shots of the finished pieces in the gallery.
Kenji and I are showing some new work at 13Forest gallery in Arlingotn tonight. Along with some new individual work we are showing these brand new collabos…
I was asked to do a custom paper toy for a show Phidias Gold was putting together recently. The results of my attempt are below… I did a pretty abstract version and was pretty happy how it came out. Super stoked to support these guys. Good people!
Just uploaded some new work to the artwork section…including the new pieces I did for the Brother From Another Mother show. Check it out!