Selfie #11

18"x36" Acrylic, Enamel, Goggly Eye, and Oil.

a painting of me taking picture of a painting.

Life Support

Acrylic, Enamel, Goggly Eye, and Oil. Removable charger made out of wood and rope.

I'm very bad a charging my phone so in a series of cell phones, a charger should be necessary aspect from all the times I've had to borrow a charger from friends and strangers.


6"x12" Acrylic, Enamel, and Goggly Eye.

A Commission for a friend. Chelsea sent me images/ memories she wanted collaged. Piece was sent down to Austin, TX.

Emerald Diamond

24"x24" Acrylic.

A Commission piece for a collector of my work. Piece glows in the dark.

Brass Works

Multi sized works. Acrylic.

These were done for my solo show at Ridgefield Playhouse. The Funky Dawgz Brass Band was playing and I felt some brass works would put people into the mood to get funky.

Not Enough Storage

18"x 36" Acrylic, Enamel, Goggly Eye, and Oil.

Nothing like not having enough storage to have art. a tongue in cheek cry for help to have someone buy a painting cause I am literally running out of room for all my paintings.

Red Diamond

24"x24" Acrylic.

After the emerald painting commission I received another diamond commission for a close friend who has now since passed away. This painting was made specifically for him with special red glow in the dark paint.

Hope You Enjoy This Treat Stud

24"48" Acrylic, Enamel, Goggly Eye, and Oil.

This is an actual spam message I received on instagram. I thought it would be interesting to capture this horribly written message that is a blatant tempt to steal something from me. This is a bottom of the barrel con that I'm sure works on people.


18"x36" Acrylic, Enamel, Goggly Eye, Movie Money, Phone Cord and Oil.

I wanted to make a contradiction of the landline on the cellphone, while playing off the idea of the "money phone". Pick up an answer, it for you.

Smart Money

Acrylic, Enamel, Goggly Eye, and Oil.

A close friend of mine posted the original picture on instagram (@badgerclit). I had to paint it. The idea of playing dice without cash, but with the cash app on our phones, is exactly showing the times of today. I also wanted to show looser painting techniques that make sense together as a whole. This piece ended up being a huge success. Because I hash tagged and tagged @cashapp the instagram admin sent my post to someone who collects art in the company. Long story short the piece sold in less than 24 hours to someone who works at Cashapp all because of what I hash tagged.