The renovation is dragging on longer than planned. Take a look. HERE
The workshop turned out fantastic. The students creativity was quite remarkable. We used very advanced professional graphics software and the final products were a pleasant suprise for me.
June 15 2016
I just agreed to do a graphic design class for 15 students for 5 days this summer. I'm told that it was the first class to sell out. No pressure....
I will be designing and teaching a workshop in computer graphic design for young students. A crash course in designing something from thumbnail concept to final art using a scanned hand drawing, photo or graphic image to alter, paint, distress or whatever in photoshop. The final product will be done as a color comp printed for display purpose. The theme is "Spirit in the land of the Okanagan".
Here is a link to the event https://sasfy.ca/
June 2 2016.
I just got asked if I would sign a release form for the feature film “The Glass Castle”, starring Woody Harrelson and Brie Larson. It is being produced by GC PRODUTIONS USA INC Santa Monica.
They would like permission to use My tin sign, Magic 8 Motor Oil from Desperate Enterprises as set dressing.
Of course I said yes.
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Check out Dan Hutchings website. www.desperate.com
This is the front and entrance of what will soon be my new studio space. Click here to go to see construction progress photos.
I started smashing and crashing walls and drywall to start the construction of the new painting and digital art studio. It is going to be a "state of the art" space to create small to giant canvas works as well as a digital workstation with all the "latest and greatest" graphics goodies.
Here is a photo of my working conditions as they stand. It is time.....
Here are my 2 latest pieces for desperate enterprises. Magic Eight Motor Oil and Route 666. Both of these new illustrations have been accepted for production of vintage tin signs. Take a look at Dan Hutchings website. www.desperate.com
This is a new page started in 2016 to tell a little about my life as an artist.
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