Dia de Los Muertos Paintings

Ms Eden - Inspired by Kelly Edens Hair $35

Chelsea - $35 SOLD

Reyes - NFS

The Lainey- inspired by my friends hair - $45 SOLD

Vieja - $35
Too big a heart - $35 SOLD

Virginia, A dedication to my Gramma <3 - $35
8x10 SOLD


Terribly Heh-larious + Something Adorable and Giggly

I shouldnt be laughing - but I am - hysterically! Tears in my eyes rolling on the floor laughing! Hahaha!

This - is just too darn cute!


Dia de Los Muertos this Saturday at Crown Hill Cemetary!

Just a friendly reminder - Xencs L Wing and I, will have a booth at this event. Come down and celebrate the lives of loved ones lost, watch some folklorico dancers, listen to mariachis and bring the kids to the sugar skull workshop! Another friend will also have a booth for her shop - La Muerte located in Denver in the Santa Fe Arts district. Check out her website at http://www.lamuerteapparel.com/!!!
"Day of the Dead" Cultural Celebration
Saturday, October 29, 2011 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Olinger Crown Hill Mortuary, Cemetery, and Arboretum
7777 W. 29th Ave. Wheat Ridge, Colorado 80033



More photos and a video from the 8bit art show at Family Affair

The day photos were taken by myself and the night photos are courtesy of Delton Demarest. The fully funtional wall peice created by Harrison Nealey and Delton Demarest is still on display at Family Affair and available for purchase. Please contact them via DeltonDemarestArts.com or Stereo-Abstract.blogspot.com
The Shonuff vs B Leroy and Mario shadow box were completed by my dear friend Xencs L Wing whom I will be sharing booth space with in the coming weeks!

Thanks for checkin in!


Nintendo and 8bit Show!

I was a HUGE fan of Castlevania as a kid and decided to rock my own Dracula and bats for this show. I also had a huge collection of legos when I was a kid and integrated those into the design for this Nintendo consoel. I wanted everything to be a package and cohesive and I used the same type materials through out as well as colors. I had a ton of fun working on this project ^__^ The NES is fully functional, with a opening in the back for adapter and has been converted to a one player game witha lego door opening for the controller port. The blue inside the castle is the lid to insert the game and is also capable of fully opening. 
The event was awesome with some really amazing peices. I will have more photos from the evening up at a later date!!!


First Plein Air adventure! Estes Park Colorado

A shot of the attempt at plein air I tried in Estes Park. This is a view of Twin Owls, a rocky cliff which kept fading in and out of the sunlight. I honestly never had any idea HOW difficult it  is! I chose the rocks because I thought, hey, I can do THIS! Well... I am not terribly disappointed but I am definitely not pleased yet with my outcome. I look forward to trying this again.
The second image is from experienced plein air painter and artist Delton Demarest. Check his work out at DeltonDemarestArts.com