This is an old Roommate of mine.
He is a really fine artist and was a great roommate.
He used blow glass down in his room when lived together.
Super Cool guy.
Now he's doing Tattoo's as well.
Try this; I can't find any of the work on the internet but if you are close enough they have some winners.
Twenty Eight: A Second-Year MFA Student Exhibition
Event Type: Art Show
Location: East and Peggy Phelps galleries
Monday, September 28, 2009
CGU Events Calendar
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Title Url: http://www.cgu.edu/art
CGU Art department presents: Twenty Eight: A Second-Year MFA Student Exhibition. Sept. 28 through Oct. 9. Opening reception Sept. 29 6-9 pm. East and Peggy Phelps Galleries, 251 E. Tenth St. For more info: 909-621-8071 or http://www.cguart.com/
I would suggest some of you fly in to see this exhibit. Yes, my son has three projects in it. click here and touch the names.
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I love this work by Damian Michaels. You have to see a better scan to appreciate the detail. The original is like 3" x 4". If you blew it up, you would see serious detail. He must use a tiny rapidograph like Jordan has...
Wesley Willis, the schizophrenic rock and roller from way back has always captured my attention. I think his drawings, which were marker on board and done right on the street from memory are amazing. The detail in his works were amazing. You see them on eBay every now and then, usually fetching around $1,000.00. Back in the day, he'd sit on street corners and sell them for less than $100.00. The same as with a Dee Dee Ramone painting, I'd give anything to own a Wesley piece of art.