This one took a little longer than 20 seconds, mainly due to Ossie’s aggressively insouciant pose.
P.S. I’ve never used the word “insouciant” before this. Momentous occasion!
David Hockney, eat yer heart out!
The first in a series in which I draw the great portraits of 20th century Western art in 20 seconds or less*
*this series does not actually exist
Hello to everyone visiting my site via SPX this past weekend. The show was a lot of fun, and it was great chatting with all of you. If you just dug my card or one of my comics out of your pile of SPX stuff and don’t remember me, allow me to reintroduce myself via this frightening photograph:
Yeah, I look totally bonkers. Fear not, I’ve fired both my photographer and my stylist. Anyway, thanks for stopping by! I’ve got some exciting things planned for the upcoming weeks so watch this space, as they say. I’m going to be serializing part two of The Turning of the Worm online starting October 23rd and continuing for as many Wednesdays in a row as it takes. Since any of you that read Part One (“Arise, Zombie!”) probably have forgotten it by now I’m going to post a page of that daily starting tomorrow, leading up to the 23rd.
Additionally, I’m starting a new feature called Thing of the Week. Very creative and descriptive title, no? You can read more about it at the link to the right (under “Pages”, or here. Thing of the Week starts tomorrow, October 7th.
Jamaica Plain Open Studios is September 27 and 28. Are you all excited? You should be. I’ll be exhibiting and selling stuff like this:
Along with the framed drawings, I’ll be selling my comics and other sundries as a guest of the talented photographers of Stinky Teapot Studios from 11-6 both days. If you’re in Boston do come by and enjoy some wine, cheese, and culture. Or, whatever this picture passes as.