I have recently finished this piece called "Playing To Win". It features the face of a vintage pachinko machine. When I inherited the pachinko machine it was no longer functional, but I was in love with it's retro looking graphics, it's amazing detail and it's screaming colors. With the help of my magical brother in law this piece is wired so that each switch at the bottom of the piece lights up a different part of the pachinko board until you get to switch number five at which point the whole face of the board lights up and the piece emits a wild cheering sound due to a strategically placed sound chip.
The whole problem with gambling is that you are guaranteed to lose so often. Here is an art piece that guarantees a win every time you "play".
I will be participating in the Art Students League of Denver Summer Art Market in Denver this weekend, June 9 and 10. Show hours are 10:00am to 5:00pm both Saturday and Sunday. I will be in booth number 140 on 3rd Ave. between Sherman and Grant. Come visit if you can!
I will be participating over Memorial Day weekend in the Downtown Denver Art Festival and I do hope to see you there! Show dates are May 25-28. Show hours are Friday 4-8pm, Saturday 11-8pm, Sunday 11-5pm and Monday 11-4pm. I will be in the big tent on the corner of Glenam and 15th St.
See ya soon!
So as of today I am one step closer to being a rock star.
Last week I was interviewed by Aimee Heckel from the Boulder Daily Camera and the article just appeared today!
I want to invite all of you who are any where near Boulder to come to the opening of my show "Assemblosity" at Mercury Framing at 4692 North Broadway in Boulder on Friday, April 6 from 6-8 p.m. The show will be up until June 30, so if you don't get to the opening hopefully you will still get a chance to see it!