Thia painting is available, click here
Saturday, February 18, 2017
Thursday, December 1, 2016
Saturday, November 5, 2016
Planned a big thing with this one.
How it changed due to a comment over the subject and what was in their hands.
I thought, I'm not changing my history, my story, the my times on my grandads farm, just to make it more palatable to someone's pocketbook.
Then I remembered, the booze. The booze was always there too.
So I exchanged their hog whackin' bats for booze and it was all OK.
One thing will never change, the Boss always gets the good liquor.
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Sunday, July 31, 2016
This painting is called Catfish Stringer, the latest from the food box series. It is available for one week click here
Below is The Long John Rabbit It was my previous most recent work in the Food Box Series. It sold.
Thursday, June 16, 2016
That swamp dog has his scent, until something better comes along.
Sunday, June 5, 2016
So I did this smaller version of sorts to try and work something out. It really doesn't do the big version justice, but I am happy with it nonetheless.
Then there was this fella, sneaking around in the Savannah marsh, looking for bullfrogs to gig. When I was a tiny kid my Grandad in Texas had a huge frog gig.
But don't get me started on hunting southern quail vs. California quail. There is no debate. California quail is a man challenge, Southern quail, you're letting the dog do all the work.Click here for my art listings (although some of my auctions do not show right away because eBay is really screwed up these days, so check back from time to time. I probably should be quitting eBay here in the near future, it's just become such an addicting activity with the art over the years.
Friday, May 27, 2016
Sunday, March 20, 2016
And then there's some other things I have worked on and worked on then shoved someplace here and there. Later on that though, it aint like I'm getting paid to blog or something.
Sunday, March 13, 2016
I think the cold is done for the year here. No more dealing with firewood and 4 layers of clothes. I've been working with themes lately. My Granddad had a meat house out at the farm. I remember the big tree trunk butcher block, the cedar ham curing box and the huge walk in freezer full of farm meat, homemade sausage, liver pudding, catfish stew, wild game and homemade cheese.
Lady With A Laying Hen Hat is what I call one of my Blue Burst Red Mud Paintings. This lady walks around selling eggs. The hen lays them on her head and she just drops them down into the basket. About as fresh as they get.
Old school food, I bought some Mexican blood sausage the other day and have a fridge full of farm fresh double yolk eggs-strange, odd shaped things you will never see in your chain grocer. Time for my shady painted figure to cook.
Monday, February 22, 2016
Thursday, February 11, 2016
Sunday, January 10, 2016
Tuesday, November 24, 2015
A lot of work went into this so far in anticipation for a show slated.
I didn't want to Red Mud it, market it, none of that. It was about art from being caught-up, that had to be made. It was about just having a show, taking a risk with something untested-what an art show is supposed to be.
It's too much. Red Muds were expected as well...of course.
The Estranged Series will roll on though until as fascination evolves locked away right here.