what i’m working on now, … Mostly Troll and part goblin, Morton Spangler’s day job required to be position under the bridge, … where he frightened sheep and goats from the grasslands that were on the other side of the bridge. The property was owned by cattle merchants who feared that the goats and sheep might eat the grass down to the roots, spoiling it for the cattle. On his days off, Mort perfected his magic act. It often involved conjuring up the ghost of his long lost pet “Maxie”
another old studio photo from about 3 years ago, … painting the largest “Stan” painting ever. This was a painting of Stan and his first wife.
Here’s a shot from a a couple of years ago working on a painting in my studio. Has it been 2 years since I painted this? Time just zips by.
During last semester, Camilla D’Errico asked me if I would draw my version of one of her “Helmet Girls”
A sneak peek of my next show.
The “Spirit of Wilkie” will be exhibited at The Stranger Factory along with a host of ghostly apparitions this August. More images to come.