Art, art and more ART!

I finally had my own little art show! Local Bremerton Screen printing and Design Studio, Fingers Duke, let me use their wall to display my art for the month of October. Every month they host a different artist to give them exposure and a chance to make a few bucks if anything sells. Go check them out if you're in the hood or if not, you can order online custom shirt runs.

Oct Fingers Duke Wall
Close Up

 I also have some new art up at Collective Visions Gallery for October, trying to create at least a few new pieces to hang every month, so stop by and have a look at all the great artists work. There's an official reception every first Friday of the month with drinks/snacks served and most of the artists on hand to answer any questions. I also sold my first piece at the gallery!! Yay!!

Oct CVG Wall

 Since I've been neglecting, per usual, the website space, I had forgotten to put any pics from the Wayzgoose event. That is remedied below. Next year will be even bigger and better and I hope to be an artist again for it. I'm already going to be volunteering once more as well as providing input on the event in the planning committee. 

Inking the Lino
Post steamroller wet print

Rock On Wayzgoose!

 Nothing new on the film front to speak of yet. My filmic buddie, Tonjia Atomic, has wrapped re-editing our short film, The Penance, to be twice its length and easier to understand. We are going to start submitting to film festivals, so hopefully I'll have more news on that as the months go by. And once October is finished, I'll be posting some of my favorite Inktober pieces I've done throughout the month.

 And as an end note, come be a fundraiser for the Valentinetti Puppet Museum on Sunday, November 10th (or really at any time during the year). The annual event will be held at the Roxy Theater next door to the museum starting around noon with some entertainment and speakers, migrating next door to the puppet museum for a tour with Stan and then ending off back at the Roxy with a screening of Yamasong: March of the Hollows. Sam Koji Hale, the Director of Yamasong, will be present before the screening to talk about working with puppets as well.

Myself and Stan show off the new window decal


Sophia chillin' with big sis Neala lurking