Thursday, December 5, 2013

Monday, November 25, 2013

Featured ART: Blissful Cactus

All original Alcohol Inks done with a brushless technique on Yupo paper.

The Weaver, created 2013,
Alcohol Ink on Yupo paper

Featured Artist: AGENT X

Influenced by artists such as Takashi Murakami, Romare Bearden, Jean-Michel Basquiat and Robert Rauschenberg, Agent X creates experimental multimedia collages, paintings, and 2D artwork.

His work is an amalgamation of diverse cultures, past, present and future, and his signature collage street intellectualism is a commentary on the urban experience. The phenomena of pop culture, technology, fashion, music, politics, and race are central to his practice of designing experimental works.

Check it out
Also represented at gallery: New Blood Art from London

I am I Artist that sells artwork around the world and that I have a gallery "New Blood Art" in London that sells my original artworks and a gallery in Spain "Can-Pop" that sells my art prints.

Press Release events :
I would like to include my feature interviews from London,Italy,Los Angeles.

Fluster Magazine(Italy) Showcase feature -

2013 Unfolded Magazine(London)-Front Cover and feature article Issue 13-

Artnois Magazine(Los Angeles)feature article-


I was a Semi-Finalist in the New York Art Marathon(New York)

The piece are named as followed:

Golden Girlz
Bullseye Horizons
Ice Cream
The Winds of Hae-Joo Chang

All of my artwork can be bought by originals and prints in 8x10 to 40x60 inches.

All pieces have been made between 2011-2013.

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Featured: OVERVOGUE A new fashion line out of Austin, TX

Overvogue is a brand new lifestyle/fashion brand based in Austin, TX. It is chic, sassy, edgy & FUN clothing with an ATTITUDE from Dubai fashion designer Roula Monsour. The prototypes of our first collection are complete, and we are about to launch a Kickstarter campaign to fund the first production run.

Twitter: twitter @OverVogue
youtube Video:

Friday, September 6, 2013

Artists: Should you pay to have your work displayed?

There are varying thoughts on vanity galleries and publishers. These range from acceptance to outright rage. I personally don't feel the rage many artists have about it; I feel like it's a way to get your art out there just like paying to advertise. I guess it's my marketing background and the understanding that it might be better to pay a little to get your art in front of people vs. having it stacked up in your studio.

However, I don't like when these galleries and publishers use shill tactics to get you. I find that the case, even with me. I got a call the other day and played phone tag with a person expressing interest in my art and wanting to ask questions about it. Upon actually speaking to this person, I found it was a salesperson wanting me to advertise.

Other artists experience the same thing. Here is one post I felt worthy to pass on:

Featured Artist: ELVIN

Green Spine by Artist Elvin, Oil on Canvas ( 24"x48")@2013

Friday, August 16, 2013

Artists: Learn how to market your art at Ready for Art Prize

We are and we're promoting the International Art Business Symposium held in Grand Rapids, Michigan, which begins on September 15th. It's a way to teach artists and art gallery owners how to market their art so they can profit a six-figure income within 24 months.

Our website is:
Our Twitter is: (and we need followers here especially!)
Our Facebook is:

The symposium is hosted by Dr. Zella Jackson, best selling author of "The Art of Selling Art" as well as Craig Kausen, Lyle Sopel, and other esteemed art industry experts.

Friday, August 2, 2013

Monday, July 1, 2013


Check out East London art group ONYN. - In the last year they have sold over 3,000 original canvas paintings worldwide. To see their images please visit:

Monday, May 6, 2013

Featured ARTIST: Hand-Drawn Mazes by

Hand Drawn Mazes

These are not the mazes I drew as a kid, but recent drawings.

I draw these hand drawn mazes with a .05 mechanical pencil. In the beginning my wife, Jacqui, colored in a few of the mazes with colored lead mechanical pencils. The problem with the colored leads is that they only came in .07 size, and there were only 7 colors. As well as we couldn’t change the color once applied.

We now color the mazes with photoshop because we have a huge palette of colors to choose from.
I start these mazes by drawing in the picture that will be the theme. Once the pictures is sketched in I add the Start. Working out from there, I loosely keep track of the “winning” path as I draw and split the paths around the page filling in the picture to draw it out. These hand drawn pencil mazes are quite difficult to solve with many branching paths that also merge back together to reduce the number of dead ends and confuse the solver even more. :D

It takes me approx 14-16 hours to draw the maze. Then there is another 12 hours in editing and coloring. I use a .05 mechanical pencil, an eraser guard, 40# bright white paper and a wrist rest (to keep my hand from smudging already drawn lines). The thick paper is nice because the grooves (subtle but tangible) dug into the paper by the pencil lead helps me start and stop lines by feel, not just by sight.

They are great art pieces to look at – and when you want to get closer and see the details – then you can follow the maze.

We have more mazes than these as well. We’ll post more as I get photos of them taken. Click each photo for larger picture.

They are sturdy, printed on Card Stock paper, and the colorful 11×8.5 pages and can be purchased in the Store! $2.50 each!

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Featured ARTIST: BEOBEYOND -- Is this cool or what?


BEOBEYOND art is unlike any other! It goes far beyond (sorry for the pun) the traditional art and into a brave new territory. Love it!

Monday, April 22, 2013

Selling ART: London Artists ONYN Selling Up a Storm!

Their name is ONYN. They are based out of London, England. Their web site is and  Facebook page at:

Over the last 6 months ONYN have sold more than two thousand (2,000) unique canvas paintings!


Monday, April 15, 2013

NY Times wins 4 Pulitzers! Congrats!

NY Times wins 4 Pulitzers! Congrats!

The fiction prize, which was not awarded last year, went to Adam Johnson for “The Orphan Master’s Son.”

Friday, April 12, 2013

Amazing Art: Diana Hobson

Take a look at one of the most prolific artists today, Diana Hobson.

Delta Ladies 2007

Sunday, April 7, 2013

Diana Hobson, Prolific LA-Based Artist

Diana Hobson has been painting in Venice Beach for over 4 decades and is one of the most prominent and prolific artists to ever paint in Los Angeles. Based in Venice Beach, her gallery has been a fixture on Abbot Kinney. She paints in New York half of the year. Visit her at:

Thursday, March 14, 2013

Artists: How to Hear Rejection

I got this article in my daily FASO email and just had to share it. I like it because it's simple and truly a great way to look at being rejected by galleries, which nearly every artist has to endure. Take a read:

Great site to check out!