I’m back!

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It’s been a while since I’ve blogged. Life has been very busy. Kathy is pushing me to post more things, so I’m going to do my best. I’m currently working on a collection of paintings for my upcoming show at Barrio Cafe in Phoenix. It goes up Monday, June 7th and stays until August. Here is one of my paintings, …

Holiday art show – and a gig tonight!

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Tonight is First Fridays for December and me and Kathy will be there, but in separate places. She is doing the Crafteria show on Central and Camelback and I’ll be jamming with my band at the Breadfruit restaurant on 1st St and Pierce! Here are some last minute paintings I’m finishing for Kathy’s event!

Prepping for my next exhibit

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I have a Dia de los Muertos exhibit coming up at XICO in Chandler and am busy working away on getting my pieces ready. One of them is a big installation of an Aztec warrior skeleton. Here is a snapshot of part of his headdress.

The end of our exhibit!

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Kathy and I had an art exhibit at The Heard Museum for the past 11 months. We made over 500 items for the 1,000 foot gallery space. We had a silent auction last Friday night to close the show. Everything sold! The rest we get to take home and enjoy in our house. Maybe we’ll sell some it, we’re not …

emerging from my workshop

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I haven’t had time to blog lately, I’ve been super busy making art. The orders for fall are starting to flow in, and i’m trying to get a jump on the season. Here is what I’ve made!

Craft and Hobby Supershow in Orlando Florida

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After a 3hour and forty five minute flight from Phoenix, we touched down in the humid land of Florida. Every day it rained like clockwork at five.My son, DeAngelo, and I took a taxi ride to the city of Orange County where we stayed at the Embassy Suites. My wife Kathy (aka the Crafty Chica) and my daughter Maya were …