"Calling Ray Stantz, the heart of the ghostbusters"
From my series "Who You Gonna Call"
A series of portraits of characters from movies from 1984 answering 80’s phones (the most shocking aspect of watching any 80’s and 90’s media, old giant phones!) . For the "Class of ‘84" show, now on till dec 7th at the Dart Gallery in Dartmouth Nova Scotia. If you’re there go check it out to see these and other great works inspired by the films of 1984.
Portraits of Lou Reed and David Bowie, a tribute to their collaboration "Transformer" and in the spirit of Halloween Lou Reed is Frankenstein's monster and David Bowie as Dracula. A play on Reeds brute force truthfully lyrics and music combined with Bowies intricate and lush production combining to make Transformer.
Both pieces are showing and available to purchase at The Dart Gallery as part of there Rewind/Remix show as well as other great pieces inspired by music and musicians.
4 Paintings of Simpsons villains for the "Last Exit to Springfield" show on from Aug 15-25 at the Dart Gallery in Dartmouth. Check out this perfectly cromulent show for some great pieces inspired by americas favourite animated town.
Inspired by the NES original Ninja Gaiden game. A side scrolling almost impossible ninja revenge thriller. If you've played it or haven't I'd urge you to watch the cut scenes from this game here and here. It has some killer 8bit music, twists and turns, the CIA, Demons, and Ninjas of course. I tried to capture the 80's awesomeness in the game with an 80's style poster.
12x16 Oil on wood Board (250) also available 8x10 prints, limited run of 11 (15)