Friday, March 27, 2015


oil on stretched canvas
30 x 40 inches
An older oil painting I'm letting go.
tel. 614-286-6247 Hurricane...only not

Finished a new painting finally...
oils on stretched canvas, heavy duty 3 inch stretcher bars, wrapped painting
48 x 60 inches
done with only knives ripped cardboard and forks
For sale, probably take 5 or 6 grand for it
text or call 614-286-6247

Monday, March 23, 2015

Some quick shots...

...of three new oil paintings.  These are all still very wet as I did them over the course of the past three days.  I'm trying to average a new painting done every few days as it's high time I got my bony ass in gear and quit fucking around.

I'll take better pictures with good lighting when they are dry enough to not glare, but until they are...

 Lurk  16x20 inches, oil on board, framed  $500
Firefly   16 x 20 inches, oil on board, framed  $500
Welcome   16 x 20 inches, oil on board, framed   $500
Check out the Etsy store to buy them, or text/call me at 614-286-6247

A monumental oil painting...

...that is for sale.  This one is 10 feet by 6 feet tall on unstretched linen canvas.  I did it over the course of a summer a few years ago, and it's for sale.  You can buy it through my Etsy store...MuchoDonchatz.  It will be shipped rolled up in a cardboard tube to save money, and you can have it stretched once it arrives, or I can come to you and stretch it on site.

Either way, pass the word and enjoy the art...

So it's been slow going... in Devil Country.  I've been painting again, mainly because people seem to forget I actually do that.  As if every minute of the day is spent just talking shit.  So yeah, there are a bunch of new oil paintings that I'll begin posting here later this evening. 

On a side note, I got drug out to the middle of nowhere recently and stumbled across something that perhaps has awakened after thousands of years in the ground, or maybe was left behind by its strange and unknown alien creators.  While we didn't get a glimpse of the thing, we did come by its handiwork, and the dead, bloodless carcasses of the animals it decided to munch on.

But that is a story for another day, complete with the grisly photos we took...

...until then, remember there are monsters about, and tell your friends to subscribe as I will be updating every other day for a while...


Some new stuff for the as yet unnamed art book...