Art Begets Art

Art created as a collaborative effort is greater than sum of it's parts.

I’ve always felt as an artist, that creating art independently is all well and good, but there are limitations to creating art in a bubble. I’ve been lucky enough over the years to expand upon my artistic repertoire by collaborating with a number of amazing artists, bakers, and musicians. As the wise Stephanie Strange once said to me, “Art begets art.” I think about that often as I see the artworks that come from these collaborative efforts.

Critters in Clothes

What do a dashing wolf in a bowler cap, a smug moose in a bowtie, and a peaceful… Continue Reading

A Confectionary Collaboration

A creative confectionary collaboration. See what happens when screen printing meets cookie.

Pet Portraits

One of the things I’m commissioned to do the most are pet portraits. People want to offer their… Continue Reading

SPB Tribute Show

This past week I was asked to be part of a virtual show, streamed over Zoom and Facebook… Continue Reading

Super Secret Studio Session

I was invited to join Shane Brown and Matt Sulikowski as they recorded their upcoming album at The… Continue Reading

Back To Al’s Den

Was another night of art, music, drinks, and revelry at Al’s Den. I joined Stephanie Scelza, Katelyn Convery,… Continue Reading

An Evening With Sarah Kwak and Friends

I recently had the honor of painting live alongside Sarah Kwak, The Principal Soloist and Concertmaster of the… Continue Reading

Mousai Remix

I’ve been struggling and procrastinating for months on how to build this website, how to promote some stuff… Continue Reading

Al’s Den

Deep in the heart of Ringler’s Annex in downtown Portland, a group of visual artists and musicians were… Continue Reading

The Vault

Tucked away in a typical new vertical suburban development in Beaverton (La Scala) is a food hall that… Continue Reading