Platte College, 1994, Graphic Design
This series of Art began in the early 2000’s as a collection of black and white faces on stickers, stencils, and large photocopied posters. The style is often referred to as Street-Art. They were applied in various urban locations around the Los Angeles area onto electrical utility boxes, bus benches, construction site scaffolds, etc.
During the original campaigns, these faces served as an alert, even a “warning” to viewers with the intent to challenge and antagonize complacent thought.
Using the similar street techniques these faces evolved into paintings, with various paint to surface applications, experimenting more with a broad aesthetic. With each painting I’ve gained new approach and technique which continues to further my skills as an artist.
Though I have moved from public display onto a more traditional setting, I would not have been able to produce this collection without my early days of street art.
2016 An Introduction, Panama Art Factory, Sacramento, CA (solo-exhibition).
2016 Au Courant, Panama Art Factory, Sacramento, CA (group-exhibition).
2006 Sticky Rick Presents, Peel Here, Los Angeles, CA (group-exhibition).
2006 Vinyl Killers 4, The Goodfoot, Portland, OR (group-exhibition).
2005 Sticky Rick Presents, Peel Here, Los Angeles, CA (group-exhibition).
2005 Vinyl Killers 3, The Goodfoot, Portland, OR (group-exhibition).
2005 Liquid City Presents, Elysium-50 Artists, Hollywood, CA (group-exhibition).
2004 Put up or Shut up, Bergamot Station-Track 16, Santa Monica, CA (group-exhibition).
Average Art Magazine, December 2016
Average Art Magazine, January 2017
Average Art Magazine, February 2017
Average Art Magazine, March 2017