Friday, September 25, 2009

See in the dark, huh?

This is the other painting I did for Argyle Fine Art Gallery's 'Urban Myths and Legends' show. If you missed the opening, the show will run until the 11th of October.

The answer to last week's post is 'false'. Gum does not take seven years to digest - it passes through your system relatively unchanged. I don't know if carrots will really make you see in the dark, but it's proven to be true if you eat a lot of them your skin will turn orange. If you don't have the money for the trip to Florida and you’re against tanning beds, just munch on some carrots for a first class tan.

'Myth #304" acrylic on wood panel canvas, 11" x 14"

Friday, September 18, 2009

Is it true?

There's an urban myth that states it takes 7 years to digest gum. Is it the truth? The answer on next week's post! (oh, the suspense) This painting is part of Argyle Fine Art Gallery's 'Urban Myths and Legends' show on Tuesday September 22nd in conjunction with the Atlantic Film Festival.

‘7 years to digest’
Acrylic on wood panel canvas,
9" x 12"

Friday, September 11, 2009


'Quack Attack'
Acrylic on wood panel canvas
24" x 12"

Friday, September 04, 2009

Owls and Raccoons

Graciously drawn at the Hope for Wildlife Society.