Posts Tagged ‘caveman’
Posted by resonanteye on 10/13/2011
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Posted by resonanteye on 10/06/2011
a few more things finished and in progress. working on a dogspider and spiderpig; finished this three-femur mount, and working on more animal drawings. I slept almost the entire day; I’ll have to figure out fixing up my sleep schedule tomorrow, because I work at the shop over the weekend, and will be working at the portland tattoo convention on saturday.
deer femurs, large unknown-species spotted feathers, chicken underfeathers, peacock head plume, oil paint, wood.
Posted by resonanteye on 08/06/2011
I’ll have two shows this fall,
One is at the Morning Glory cafe in Eugene,
through the entire month of september,
consists of nature drawings on tinted paper.
I also have an opening of round two of
Sheanderthal, works in bone and flesh and
other natural and found objects-
at the Oak Street Speakeasy in Eugene.
The opening night for this show is
November 4th, the first friday of November.
I’ll be there for the whole night, and
the artworks will be hanging all month.
Posted in !!!~pictures~!!!, art, artwork, caveman art, events, motivation, oregon living, other media, painting | Tagged: art openings, caveman, eugene oregon, events, fall 2011, nature drawing, neanderthal, sheanderthal, untunga | 1 Comment »