Archive for March, 2009

Ink & Colored Pencil on Paper • 7″x5″ • Private Collection

“You don’t have to go home but you can’t stay here.”

Virgin Mermaid
Computer Embellished Drawing

There’s something fishy about this sweatshirt graphic.

Impressionism 1

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English Schoolgirls Reenvisioning my Artwork

In response to a recent post, I received a fresh crop of Marrone-inspired student homages. Sincere thanks to the young people who consider my work copiable and the art teacher(s) who root ’em on.

Ink on Paper • 10″x8″ • Available

A pair of political pundits panicking and polarizing the public for pay.

Ink on Cardstock • 4″x5″ • Private Collection

Nothing says “happy birthday” like a customized card featuring your family depicted as a venn diagram.

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Acrylic on Paper • Villanova University

Once again, the Wildcats welcomed me into their den to deliver a live art presentation titled, “Moment of Art.” The highly-anticipated annual engagement is punctuated by artistic collaborations with audience members, an improvisational mural and the distribution of dozens of free paintings.

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Acrylic on Paper • Villanova University

Prior to an annual presentation/performance, I plastered a plethora of paintings on paper for the plucking.

This month’s Socrates Café question:

“Are we facing a change in values?”

Special thanks to my lovely wife, Heather, for stepping up and stepping in as moderator while I was sick in bed. Philosophy must go on!

A brain is a terrible thing to wash.

Mt. St. Helens Vietnam Band
Ink on Paper • 8″x7″ • Available

The slightly quirky, very energetic, Mt. St. Helens Vietnam Band opened for Bishop Allen last Thursday night at the First Unitarian Church. I doodled this  Sketchy Review as I soaked in the former performance.

Look for our interview with Bishop Allen’s Justin Rice in an upcoming UsedWigs Radio Podcast.