Preparing for NEWClem Dog Head paintings. Lots of ideas (Mexican wrestler, circulatory system, plaids, patterns, and or scale style masks). I though lots of sketches would be a good idea. So I cut a stamp out of this block.
I need to get myself a press, Does anyone have a press they would like to trade for art work?
Drawing now starting to cut a new linoleum block, this is going to be fun.
It took too long to find my knives. Everything came back to me once I had them in my hand.
I think that will do it, Now for some ink. I have no black, just brown.
Brown ink, now for some hand pressing.
Filled 20 pages with this dog head, now to plan out the next two Clem Heads. Clem is loving all the attention.
There are a few blogs I keep up with, thejealouscurator is one. So I was reading this article and then my world shrank a little. this is how it happened (the shrinking)…
I’m reading, reading, cool picture of a book, reading some more, reading a name ‘Vincent’, more reading, cool picture, …what did i just read? Now i’m backing up and re-read and thats when the world got a little smaller for me…
(“with my amazing PIXAR host, visual-effects expert / fine artist Vincent Serritella, and my good friend Cariann Nesler.)
I read Danielle Krysa, and I love Vincent Serritella‘s work and he’s a nice guy too. Now for some pictures…
“I think of this as a real treat. ‘Thank you’ to all the folks who put in hours, days to making this happen and good luck!” Alex Feliciano
October 18th on West 24th Street
Are you the sort of person who enjoys going to art galleries, but wished they had more gravel in them? Then this temporary exhibition space is for you. Housing just two paintings but also featuring a bench, some carpet and complimentary refreshments. Opens today through Sunday 11am til midnight.
I brought in three new paintings to Sis and Moon’s Gallery today. I look forward to seeing you in the shop.
I don’t know if you know but sometimes Alex Feliciano, John Tindel, and Michi Mecho get together and paint. Three pieces you can come and touch.
“Something in the bushes”, 2010, by Alex Feliciano, Tindel and Michi, acrylic and mixed media on canvas. $2000.00.
“What’s that in the bushes”, 2010, by Alex Feliciano and Tindel, acrylic and mixed media on canvas. $1500.00.
“Robot Love”, 2010, by Alex Feliciano, Tindel and Michi, acrylic and mixed media on canvas. $500.00.
On a rainy afternoon they make monsters out of play-dough and colored toothpicks. The stories they come up about them are awesome I wished I had written it down. The monsters have been living on a “drying” shelf for months and I was going to toss them out during a “people are coming over” cleaning, but I stopped and took some pictures first. I hope the boys, in time, learn to forgive me for tossing them out. 😉
This weekend got the engine running, kids helped and there was lots of white smoke (the kids thought it was neat). The Fix: Replaced the spark plug and drained the gas and oil out, refilled the gas and oil. Started with a little “starter spray” in the carburetor. From the amount of oil drained out it looks like the case was over full. It’s running like a top now.
This spring I decided to landscaping the back yard. I cut a young oaks to bring more light into the yard. I am reusing it in the landscaping as hand rails and posts. I was moving quickly so I opted to just drop them in a hole and pack in rocks instead of using concrete. Well the branches and trunks are growing, I don’t know what’s happening under ground, but parts above ground are sprouting and the whole thing looks very surreal.
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It was an honor and privilege to work along side the marketing team that came up with this little honey. I know first hand how hard they work to bring products like this to the market. I wish them the best.
After moving to Atlanta from LA I was worried that I would have trouble finding a good job. After a few interviews I really started to worry about the job market. Then I interviewed with the team at Sparks Grove, wow sweet. I will be posting goodies and samples soon.
I have also been given the green light from a previous project and I will be add the drawings to my portfolio.