It’s not too late to sign up for my Introduction to Acrylics classes Tomorrow night (February 6) through March 19th 6:15-9:15 pm at the Carrboro Arts Center.
We’ll be working on basics, but it’s for all skill levels.
This portrait of Charlotte Hawkins Brown is painted with acrylics and I’ll be taking photos of other examples soon.
Charlotte Hawkins Brown
I’m a sketch artist on the Travel Channel show The Dead Files, Death and Dolls episode! Fun and creepy experience. It’s on this Friday, February 3 at 10pm.
The Dead Files, Death and Dolls
… Here’s a book cover I made for James Chambers’ Lovecraftian Engines of Sacrifice, available from Dark Regions Press.
The Charlotte Hawkins Brown Museum accepted donation of my portrait of the museum’s namesake. The portrait will be presented at the museum’s Annual Christmas Open House this Sunday from 1 to 5 pm.
Charlotte Hawkins Brown
The portrait was painted in 2005 for The Charlotte Observer and the donation is courtesy of The Charlotte Observer. Thanks to The Observer’s Dee-Dee Strickland and June Lancaster and the Museum’s Marian Inabinett.
Eric Knisley surprised me with this exhibit at the Carrboro Arts Center opening September 9. Eric’s a great collaborator whose work can be found here. The horizontal works are done exquisite-corpse style over a few months … or years. I’m excited to be included in an exhibit with Eric, Bill Fick, Ron Liberti and Saul Zimet.
Get Horizontal – Eric Knisley exhibit
Eric also has work in a group exhibit at The Looking Glass Cafe. Other artists in that show include Kevin Dixon and Paul Freidrich!
These are some of the latest pieces I’ve had the pleasure to work on for the UNC School of Public Health. The interactive pieces are made in Flash, Illustrator, and Cinema 4D and they’re built to live in BlackBoard or Sakai. The only thing we bought was the iStock video of the man in the desert. The interface was only meant for client review.
Credits: Catherine MacAllister, Informational Design; Megan Bell, Project Manager; Jason Whitley: Illustration, animation, actionscript; Dr. Melinda Beck, Subject matter expert. If you click around on the Nutrition 240 site, you’ll see more work by the rest of Teaching and Learning Interactive: Andy Brawn, videographer; Denis McDonough, grip; Tim Harper, web development; Jamar Jones, on-screen talent; Kerry O’Sullivan, web designer.
There’s still time to sign up for my drawing class at the Carrboro Arts Center.
We’ll work on basics via still lifes, plein air, portraiture, figure drawing and illustration.
Monday, March 21, 2011 to Monday, May 2, 2011
6:15 pm to 8:45 pm