Tag Archives: san diego
dennis

Dennis Paul Batt | 1952-2012

Dennis Paul Batt-By Jen Trute 32″ x 24″ | oil on linen Please follow and like us:

CONTINUE READING
sdcb

Article in City Beat with David Van Gough

“Gough’s oil paintings are beautifully done narratives often dealing with the cruel inevitability of mortality…” Please follow and like us:

CONTINUE READING
drone

Jen Trute-1960/2011

Whilst I am sad to admit that I never met Jen Trute in person, I knew her art. Please follow and like us:

CONTINUE READING
pacific2

Pacific Power

Finally picked up a few copies of Pacific-it looks none too shabby. Please follow and like us:

CONTINUE READING
pacific

Come fourth young man

So my entry for the Most Modern Art contest has taken fifth place in Pacific magazine as voted for by Facebook supporters. Thank you. The magazine is available from all Ralph stores, or to view online from the following: Pacific San Diego Magazine. Please follow and like us:

CONTINUE READING
radioshow1

I lean back on my radio oh oh

Between 7:30pm and 8pm this evening, my North Western parlance could be heard on WS Radio’s Art Rocks segment. I hope I didn’t waffle too much, as I’ve always said, I have the perfect face for radio, so it seemed to go well. Thanks to anyone who listened in, and if you missed it, at […]

CONTINUE READING
advertisements40

Art Rocks Radio

As a last minute addition, I’ll be appearing on WS local Art Rocks Radio tomorrow, sometime between 7pm and 8pm. Please follow and like us:

CONTINUE READING
Taco-shop-mural_t593 (1)

Exit through the Taco Shop.

The Artistic “community” here seems besotted with a recent appearance of an alleged Banksy, on the wall of an Oceanside Taco shop. Please follow and like us:

CONTINUE READING
conart

The Con in Contemporary

“a product of the untalented, sold by the unprincipled to the utterly bewildered.”-Albert Campus, describing most Abstract Art. Please follow and like us:

CONTINUE READING
thecrew

Mosaic-Speaking in Tongues Show

Exhausted, elated, elevated. Three shows, in two weeks which culminated in the Grand Guignol of Mosaic last night. Please follow and like us:

CONTINUE READING
easelshowcase

Easel Show with Alex Salazar gallery

Easel showing last night-and was delighted to discover that the smaller of the pieces, already had a little red dot on it. Glad I held the piece back-I’d have likely gotten buttons for it on EBay-proving absolutely that galleries are the better venue when it comes to selling my stuff. Please follow and like us:

CONTINUE READING
Markcollab

Notes from other Easels

Wrapped the collaboration with Mark (Jesinoski) late last night. Please follow and like us:

CONTINUE READING