Foxes howling in my ears

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On some days

The past can sing

So loudly in my ears.

But no song

Can revive the crumbled dust

Of yesterday

And place it in front of you

Unless

You chose

To sing along.

 

Sometimes I feel like I missed out on so much, all those years

And then I remember

That there is no normal

And we’re all just here

With our frozen pasts behind us

And ahead nothing but space

To be filled with choices

We make

Now.

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More sort-of newish type art.

I did these three in December, but as my website is too difficult for me to update (and thus I am planning on building a new one that I can understand in the not-too-distant future), these ones, along with anything else I’ve made in the last, oh, YEAR, are not up there. So now you can see them! Better yet, head on down to 3030 Dundas to catch the last few days of the show and see them in the flesh. Or in the pigment. Or whatever.

Please Mind the Gap

Before You Know It, Everything's Behind You

Beautiful Faltering

The show’s up! And opening night is in 4 days!

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The show has been hung! There’s something colourful on the walls at 3030 Dundas in the Junction (Toronto). And a number of these colourful things are brand-spankin’ new. Actually, LOTS of this stuff isn’t on my website yet; if you wanna see it, you’ve gotta come out! MWAH HAH HA!! 

Opening: Saturday, March 9 at 7pm

The band starts at 9:30: you’ll get to hear both Kayla Howran and Amanda Mead, followed up by a DJ-ed dance party.

 

New art!

It’s time to share some pictures of newer creations. There are quite a few… Here are some to start off with.

I’m really liking these 4 right now – they seem to me kind of like giant-sized trading cards (collect them ALL!). They’re 3 feet tall and have lots of fun imagery in them. Each of them depicts one of the four elements: can you see it? There are many stories in them. I’ll let you just look and see for yourself for now.

This one can be seen at the Queen Mother Cafe right now. It’s as long as I am tall! That’s right, it’s a monster. Just like me! *cough*

This one’s also in the Queen Mother Cafe (208 Queen Street). 3′ x 3′. If I named it already, I’ve forgotten the name, which simply means that it’s time for a new one. Hmm.

I sold this guy at the Queen West Art Crawl, but it got so much attention that I think I’ll play around with this idea for a while. It was so loose and fun to do. It is definitely very different from my usual painting style, and I was thinking of Cy Twombly a bit when approaching the bottom left section – not that I compare myself to him whatsoever, but he provided some inspiration for sure. This piece is also 3′ x 3′.

This lil’ cutie’s a square foot. Stobilus. She’s watching people eat at the Queen Mother right now. Each booth has a guardian animal watching over the patrons; she’s the booth closest to the bar on the far left side (in case you want to go say hello to her).

Another square footer. She also watches people eat, but in my own dining room. There’s a plate rail around the room, and it’s lined with these guys.

The art in the Queen Mother Cafe will be there until October 24th or thereabouts. You may not realize when you first walk in so I’ll tell you now: my art is not just in the front section, but throughout the whole place, down each isle of eaters. If you want to see it, it’s at 208 Queen Street, near University. The opening reception was during TIFF, and who showed up but Tom Hanks! Tom Hanks looked at my art. Too bad I didn’t get a change to talk with him; I’ll bet my art would look really good in his living room… Hah.