Sunday, May 29, 2011

Tuesday, May 24, 2011



My version of a Van Gogh...

Monday, May 23, 2011


Mostly known for their unique courtship behavior, male
Bowerbirds will spend hours building and arranging a bower
in hopes to attract a mate. They collect various objects...
often bright and colorful to decorate and match the
preference of females. It's known for the Bowerbird to
also steal items from neighboring bowers. I'm astonished.
I wonder if they realize what amazing artists they truely are!






To see more photography visit the Bowerbird Photo Gallery
by photographer Tim Laman on National Geographic...

Friday, May 20, 2011


So my James Pants drawing (#4) was selected on artsite, for this week's Free Fridayz contest "My
favorite band/musician". If you feel like casting a vote,
please do! Just follow the link below. Also, if you haven't
heard James Pants you may want to check him out too...
he's pretty rad!

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Mum's Day Art

"Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain
an artist once he grows up." -Picasso

For Mother's Day my baby girl drew a picture of me...
I have 66 teeth!

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

JAMES PANTS...Pockets Within Pockets


"The tracks seem to have hidden reserves, pockets within
pockets; they develop hooks in weird places. Sweetness
suddenly emerges out of fuzzy slime, and startling emotions
rise from merely cool ones." -Jake Green/NY Times

Our very own James Pants has just released his self-titled
third album on Stones Throw and has a NY Times review
here: NY Times If you've haven't heard his music yet... you
will not be disappointed and if you experience him live, that's
the icing on the cake!

We were lucky to have James headline the music @ Spokane's
Terrain 2010... our 3rd annual Art Exhibition that featured 64
northwest artists and live music. 4,800 people attended the exhibit.
You can see my write-up, photos, and video on the event here:
We were also spoiled to have him bring in the New Year, where
it was another packed house @ the A-Club before his moving abroad.
We are especially proud.

So, contrary to popular belief... great things do come out of Spokane!