At this year's Monsters and Merriment, I designed shirts for the show, this is it. This years show was a HUGE success and I was very happy to be a part of it. Over six hundred people passed through our doors and it was a blast. I was an organizer, artist, and the graphics department, so I was slammed, as where my Girlfriend Abigail, and my long time friend Ellen. Photos from the event to come soon.
Monday, September 26, 2016
My girlfriend put this video together of my yard haunt last year. I won't be able to have one this year as i will be in Salem with all them witches this year. It will be the first time I have not at least decorated the yard (even if I wasn't home) in over fifteen years.
This is my wreath for Halloween. I have had this idea for a while now and with everyone posting this silly snake wreath and sending it to me I felt it was time to step things up and show em how it is done. I love Medus as I am sure I have said here before and now she is front and center for the big day! Happy Haunting fiends!
Tuesday, September 13, 2016
These are some of my recent creations for my upcoming art show. I wont be haunting the yard much as I will be in Salem for Halloween. I live outside of Nashville TN and this will be the greatest distance from home I have ever traveled, I can't wait.
Monsters & Merriment again this year and it is coming up fast. My latest prop is also a fully wearable costume. I wore it last year. Scarecrows are a favorite of mine and I am very pleased to have this guy ready for the show.
Enjoy and happy haunting my fiends!
Enjoy and happy haunting my fiends!
Saturday, July 2, 2016
This painting was inspired by a painting by Pablo Picaso in 1903 called The Old Guitarist. The painting is 24 x 36 and is currently for sale ($1800.00) I painted this piece for my up coming appearance at this years Monsters & Merriment show. I am very excited for this years show. Last year was the best I have ever done at an art show.
I loved the old TV series Night Gallery as a kid, it was just creepy enough to give me the willies without making me stay up all night. The paintings were often very strange and in odd colour combinations that gave them more of an unreal nightmare quality and that is why they have inspired my 36 x 36 painting of a ghostly rider. Enjoy
Wednesday, June 8, 2016
Wednesday, April 20, 2016
Cernunnos, the god of the wild, is a favorite deity of mine. I love nature as much as Halloween. Some friends of mine are throwing a Beltane celebration and I am planning a costume. I had horns last year and this year I am adding antlers, hoves and some primitive clothing with body paint.
I loved this movie as a child, even though the things scared the hell out of me. I was always afraid they would come out of some cabinet or something and grab me.
I plan to create a full color version and to make prints available. Stay on me about it and it might happen.
Zach Galligan, and I
This might have had something to do with me wanting to draw a Gremlin.
It has been too long and I have not been posting like I should. I am back now and am going to try to do better. Things got a little crazy there. I have some new stuff that is done, some new stuff in the works and a schedule of things to do. I hope to keep you in creepy all year long. Here are a few incomplete projects to get you started and some images from my visit to Walker Stalker Con Nashville. Happy Haunting my fiends!
This lady and her dress were wonderful.
I got an autograph from a favorite vampire of mine.
And I went to the zoo.
Now you are all caught up except for another little surprise.