Monday, August 1, 2016


I have been on a bit of a skull drawing kick lately and this is a pretty neat little skull I made on an art card. It's listed in my store, and here's a direct link.

Are you a fan of skull art? I've looked at what some people can do and it is simply amazing, I have a lot to learn ... which is awesome.

And now I'm out of things to say ... I need to start making my blog more interesting , fill it with wit and facts and witty facts that are factually witty. Anyone reading this? Any suggestions or anything you want to see? Let me know .......................... <- dots="" lots="" of="" p="">

Saturday, July 30, 2016

Petey the Zombie Cat

I'm a big fan of art cards because I like working small, and I'm a big fan of painting cats and a bit of a self proclaimed zombie fanatic, so I make a lot of artcard zombie cats. This one was named Petey by my middle child. There is no reason other than that. I adjusted the eyes a little in photoshop, and if you want to see the actual untouched image, then you should adopt Petey by clicking here.

He is also available on prints, tshirts and other merchandise over at Redbubble and Society6

Friday, July 29, 2016

Two Half Zombie

This is what happens when Byron Rempel takes two pieces of paper, puts them together and starts to draw a head. Then each piece is separated and painted created two distinct zombie heads, that are actually one. It creates an interesting effect and while it was only created to pass the time, it is something that will probably be done again in the near future.
For those that like the details, each piece is about 1.5"x5" mixed media on paper. It is for sale if you want to own it, click here ... there are also prints available at the stores, you can find the links to them on the side of the blog.

So ... new post in a long time ... how have you been?
I've been stupid busy with family events and life issues in general. Trying to get the blogs set up and running better and also trying to get more involved in other social media platforms like instagram, as well as getting more regular with updating the stores with new products. It's a lot of work for one person to do, never mind creating new artwork.

And now I'm going to go back and update some more parts of this blog.
laterz ....

Tuesday, May 31, 2016

zombie in jeans

Please excuse all the dust, it has been a while since this place was used last. It feels like I've been out of the art game for so long I don't even know where to begin again. So ... I will try to plunge back in and get things rolling. And to loosen up and scrap away all the cobwebs, I'm keeping things simple and expressive with some fat acrylic brush work on paper. Nothing preplanned or overthought ... straight from the brush to the paper, followed up with a little introspective details work.

I present ... Zombie in Bluejeans ... because what's an abstract painting without an equally abstract title? This is 4"x6" acrylics on paper.

So now I've started ... again. Will the demons bring me back down and keep me down for longer ...  or will I be able to keep free of them long enough to make something else? To post something else. To shout out at the world from this tiny little speck of a town they call a city. To be heard ... is there anyone out there?