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Where wild things go

“Wild Things Go”. 24″x36″. acrylic on stretched canvas.

Wild Things Go

She stepped out into the moonlight

To shower in its glow

But she could feel somebody watching

And retreated into the forest

Where all the wild things go

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Keep Your Feet Off The Ground


Keep Your Feet Off The Ground

step left

step right

keep the balance with your feet

flap flap flap

till it lifts you off your seat

you don’t know

and I don’t know

so we both go with the flow

this thing will only fly

when we learn to let go

 

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Eugene Dietzgen

Born in Germany, at an early age Eugene was he taken by his father and brought back to Russia to learn the family trade of tannery. After returning to Germany, he would soon leave again, this time to America to escape the kaisers military draft. He first went to New York City before settling in Chicago to start the Eugene Dietzgen Drafting Company.  He was heavily influenced by one of is fathers favorite philosophers, Karl Marx.

A friend of mine’s grandfather worked at the company and I was asked to make a painting for his daughter. It’s located in Lincoln Park near DePaul.

18″x 24″ acrylic on canvas. Eugene Dietzgen Co.

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MIKE’S BIKES

img_0849Finished the gas tank for the new bike Mike is building (You don’t know Mike? You should. He builds bikes.)  Inspired by the movie “Hardware” and the Public Image Limited song, “This Is What You Want, This Is What You Get”.  Some how a burning city landscape seemed fitting. Looking to do something on the rear fender next.

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Stencil artwork I did for Mike’s last bike.

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Living Spaces

As fast as summer goes, time was found to enjoy the weather and finish some commissioned works, make some art for friends and family, and I was fortunate enough to sell one of my favorite paintings . I know it’s in good hands in it’s new home in New Orleans! Bittersweet such is the end of summer!

“LIVING SPACES”. 55″x55″ acrylic on stretched canvas and reclaimed wood frame.

LIVING SPACES

Happy owners!

“LIVING SPACES” in it’s new home!