This is probably my favorite thing that I have made this year.
Solanine is the poison found in all members of the nightshade family. Beware the little bunny harbinger offering you some fresh nightshade (aka heirloom tomatoes).
This is an 8″ x 11″ piece set in 4 art-glass pane layers.
Here are a few new things that I will be showing at Eight Art & Design in Sheboygan next month.
More details to follow…
I started this a very long time ago.
It ended up being so large that it was difficult to work with in the limited space I have, so I only brought it out from time to time when I didn’t have anything more convenient to work on.
I’m still not certain I’m finished with it. I may change the colors up and I’m not sure the background it right.
I guess that means it’s a work in progress.
Thank you to everyone who came out to say hello to Todd Mrozinski and I at the Orange Gallery BVGN event this weekend.
It was nice to meet some many new, like minded people.
Also a big thank you to Ngoc for asking us to participate.
If you missed the night, the remaining work should be up and for sale for the next month.
I know I’ve been neglecting this webpage and my Facebook page in favor of Instagram lately.
Sorry about that, but it’s easier and more interactive.
That said, here are a few of the pieces I’ve finished this month that I haven’t posted yet. You can find larger images of each here.
Bunnies, bunnies, bunnies…I know, but I see them in my yard every day and they in the mythology of just about everything I care about.
I still haven’t had the time to finish the very large and elaborate pieces I posted studies of in December.
Some day, soon I hope.
As of now, most of the things I’ve posted this year and most of things coming up will be in a Milwaukee show in June.
More details on that when they are settled.
If you like my postcard boxes, Volume 1 is officially out of print.
Sparrow Collective and the Waxwing got the last copies a few weeks ago.
I have no plans to reprint them as they are nothing like what I started doing shortly after I made them.
I will hopefully have news about a collaboration with Orange Pops this spring.
Time will tell.
I designed some very large pieces over the last few months.
I have been doing small details of them to sort out the scale and problem areas.
I’m still not happy with the final design for my sad letterpress bunny, but this detail study turned out nice.
Hopefully the full piece will be realized soon.