Monday, April 26, 2010


Oh gosh. Sorry about that glare.

Catalyst (2010)

Here is the latest painting. The explosion represents a catalyst. Any one will do. Any reason you can think of that would start the decay of a neighborhood. My professor thought it reminded her of when they had to blow up the levees to save New Orleans in the early 1900s. I think thats when it happened. The top painting is actually two paintings superimposed atop one another. I painted houses that one would find in New Orleans or in Memphis. The landscape has replaced these ghost houses for one reason or another. Here I am in front of it, which sort of gives you a better look at the part obsured by the glare in the first picture:

Oh and by the way, this blog has not in fact saved my hair from me. I cut it yesterday. I didn't want to. I couldn't help it. I kept thinking about the amount of school work I had and my presently fruitless job search and bills and I just couldn't help it. Off went a couple inches.

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