Acrylic and Enamel on Board • Various Sizes • Various People’s Various Walls

Here are a few paintings that were recently featured in a recent show at Sweet Mabel. They’re dedicated to my 2-year-old daughter because I used her room paint without asking.

Computer Embellished Drawing

Joy to the web.

Computer Embellished Drawing

The people I live with.

A big collection of paintings by a medium-sized man at The Little Apple.

Friday, December 6th, 6:00 – 9:00 PM
The Little Apple

4353 Main St. Philadelphia, PA

Computer Embellished Drawing

You know the old story… Guy teaches art for 15 years. Guy needs a change. Guy takes a job as a 7th grade gifted teacher. Guy struggles to make sense of it all by making ornate illustrations for his eBoard. It’s as old as the hills.

Ink on Paper • 9″x12″ • Private Collection

And you may ask yourself
What is that beautiful house?
And you may ask yourself
Where does that highway go?
And you may ask yourself
Am I right?…Am I wrong?
And you may tell yourself

Hello Everybody!

The President of the Internet contacted me today to say Used Wigs Radio is no longer allowed to broadcast. I know, weird right? Anyway, he felt seven years of us producing high quality downloadable entertainment was enough and it was time for us to leave and put our mics, voice modulators and elaborate recording equipment on craigslist. We agreed.

So, to comply with the Internet, we are ending our show.

It’s been a lot of fun and a long super silly ride. When Russ, Todd and I started the show in 2005 there were only two other podcasts in the world, Beef Talk (meat podcast) and The Buffy Zone (podcast devoted to Buffy The Vampire movie, not the TV show). We felt like pioneers! Back then, only one of us was married and we now have 3 wives and 6 kids between us (four are named Olivia). We had a ball together, made a ton of great friends, chatted with many wonderful guests and spun a lot of killer tunes! Thanks to the good people at L’etage, World Cafe Live, Milk Boy and Russ Starke Studios (all three locations) for putting us up over the years. Kisses to Lisa, Heather and Kelly too for letting us have fun and joining in the nonsense. We are lucky guys!

The monthly podcast is over but we hope (and plan) to be back in the Spring for a couple big live shows (band, comics, cage fights, kissing booths, etc.).

It’s serious talk time now (ask the kids to leave the room): A million thanks and hugs to everyone who has listened over the years, came out to our live shows, gave advice, busted balls, bought t-shirts, and took the time to say hi or just leave a nice comment. I love you all for that and I love my little podcasting brothers Russ and Todd. They always made this cranky 63-year-old man feel young with their energy and smarts and passion and accents and hairy exteriors. Again, love them!

Please feel free to check out past episodes.

– Jeff

Ink on Paper • Pterodactyl Gallery

This evening, I plastered the very awesome Pterodactyl Gallery with semi-awesome prints for their semi-big Big Art Show.

Acrylic on Canvas • 40″x28″ • Commissioned Work

“Hot can be cool and cool can be hot and each can be both. But hot or cool man, Jazz is Jazz.”
– Louis Armstrong

Guest: Doctor Dave

Topics: Dumb Questions for a Smart Doctor, Unique Baby Names, Wilson Phillips, Scrubs, Doctor Shows, Using Facebook to Find a Doctor, Jimi Hendrix, Alice in Wonderland Syndrome, Werewolf Syndrome, Bezoar Collection, Signature Doctor Looks, Disorderlies, Fred Flintstone’s Amnesia, Rectal Tones, Stan Lee, Mœbius, DogFish Head Beer and The Inbetweeners.

Playlist: “The Men’s Room At The Airport” by Karl Hendricks Trio and “Hospital Beds” by Cold War Kids

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