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Museo Italo Americano

I’ll be opening up a two person show title “Beyond The Horizon” this week in San Francisco at the Museo Italo Americano. I’m paired up with a talented LA based artist named Jen Celio. Located in Fort Mason, the museum is free and open to the public, it will be up from Jan 27th- April […]

Winter Art Sale! Hand-pulled and hand colored screen print

Just in time for the holidaze, I am releasing a limited edition of hand pulled silkscreened prints of my ink painting “Exporting The Gnar”.  Each print is on Arches Hot Pressed paper (14o lb, 100%cotton) and is sized at 18×24″. I am hand tinting the prints with water color, so in a way each print […]

Weird Season: Bristol Bay Fishing Report

Well it was a bit of a strange season for salmon fishermen in Bristol Bay this year.  For a variety of reasons, the run came early, which led to some good early June fishing for the crews that were wise enough to start during free week.  It is possible a number of fish made it […]

Jack O’neill 60th Anniversary Tour

  In November the annual Cold Water Classic surf contest was happening in Santa Cruz, CA.  Along with it came the final show for an around the globe traveling art show that O’neill put together to celebrate 60 years since Jack started the wetsuit company. I was lucky enough to get this painting accepted into […]

The Spanglish Armada at Establish SF

Goofy title, serious show…well sort of. If you live out in the beautiful Sunset District of San Francisco, you must go check out your new neighborhood store Establish. The lovely ladies that put this place together have gathered goods from tons of local artists and craftsmen. From hand-made jewelry and wood workings, to recycled skateboard […]

Back from another great fishing season

Well it was a great salmon season, as I can feel by the carpal tunnel in my wrists still. This magazine cover shows myself and my longtime pal/crewmate Conor Kelly, doing our thing.  Our Graveyard Point neighbor, the talented Corey Arnold, was kind enough to use this shot for Pacific Fishing magazine. Keep a heads […]

Más Cara

Well if someone told me a few years ago that after all the time/effort/money of art school I’d be making paper mache’ and hot-glueing felt to masks for a show, I’d probably have socked them in the stomach, and I’m not a very violent person. But for this show (for more info on what this […]