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Plaster feet.  (at Forgotten Works Studio)

Plaster feet. (at Forgotten Works Studio)

Molding Galatea’s feet for a living statue shoot.  (at Forgotten Works Studio)

Molding Galatea’s feet for a living statue shoot. (at Forgotten Works Studio)

Mere jumping

Mere jumping

Mere, jumping

Mere, jumping

Alex. One from the vault.

Alex. One from the vault.

Sally, jumping.

Sally, jumping.

A quick animation of Hazel Honeysuckle from the Box Project portrait shoot. So sexy! Come see the final image at the Fountain Art Fair March 7-9th. Click here for info

A quick animation of Hazel Honeysuckle from the Box Project portrait shoot. So sexy! Come see the final image at the Fountain Art Fair March 7-9th. Click here for info

One of the portraits from the Truck Yeah Box Project event.

One of the portraits from the Truck Yeah Box Project event.

I’m participating in the Fountain Art Fair this year and in preparation I’m going through a ton of old images deciding what to print for the show. So I thought I’d share some of the best with you all. They may not make it to the final show but they were all excellent and lots of fun to make. 

This one was a Box Project experiment I built into the back of a moving truck for Truck Yeah last year.

I’m participating in the Fountain Art Fair this year and in preparation I’m going through a ton of old images deciding what to print for the show. So I thought I’d share some of the best with you all. They may not make it to the final show but they were all excellent and lots of fun to make.

This one was a Box Project experiment I built into the back of a moving truck for Truck Yeah last year.

Probably the best thing about making the kind of portraits I make is meeting new people to collaborate with. And every once in a while you meet someone who inspires you in a totally new way and sends you careening off down some new creative pathway that leads to strange fecund grottos, forresty installations, surreal mindscapes, hanging swings and amazing beautiful women twisted into unusual shapes. Be watching for future projects with Sally and me.

Probably the best thing about making the kind of portraits I make is meeting new people to collaborate with. And every once in a while you meet someone who inspires you in a totally new way and sends you careening off down some new creative pathway that leads to strange fecund grottos, forresty installations, surreal mindscapes, hanging swings and amazing beautiful women twisted into unusual shapes. Be watching for future projects with Sally and me.