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Jim Jackson

Pen & ink illustration of fabled blues guy Jim Jackson for the annual music issue of Oxford American magazine— The O.A. Music Issue is always a treat: great writing about cool, diverse, interesting, and obscure music, with a killer compilation CD to top it off–

John Cazale

Commissioned portrait of actor John Cazale as “Sal” from the Sidney Lumet film Dog Day Afternoon– 24 X 24 inches, acrylic on cradled hardboard–

Taking Punk To The Masses Poster

Unused poster for Experience Music Project’s Nirvana: Taking Punk To The Masses exhibit– Buy the original Cobain art here

Tura Satana

Commissioned painting of Tura Satana from the Russ Meyer film Faster Pussycat! Kill! Kill!– 16 X 16 inches, acrylic on cradled hardboard–

Paint-By-Numbers Leopard

Here’s an “altered” paint-by-numbers leopard I did for Jo David and Marlow Harris’ Bumber By Number group show, which will debut at Seattle’s Bumbershoot Music & Arts Festival— The painting is acrylic and 12 X 16 inches– Buy this painting here

Shirley Partridge

Commissioned portrait of Shirley Jones as Shirley Partridge from The Partridge Family– 30 X 30 inches, acrylic on stretched canvas–

John Coltrane

Charcoal on 100% rag paper– Buy the original art here— Buy a poster print in 3 sizes here

Oliver Reed

Charcoal portrait on 100% rag paper–¬†

Nagel Reimagined Nos. 1 & 2

These custom matted and framed Patrick Nagel prints were purchased at thrift stores for under $20 each– “Extra texture” applied using deck stain, dirt, and guns–

Warren Beatty

A commissioned painting of Warren Beatty as John McCabe in Robert Altman’s McCabe and Mrs. Miller– 16 X 16 inches, acrylic on hardboard–

Customized Chicken Little

¬†Customized Chicken Little figurine I did for Alt Terrain and StreetVirus’ “influencer marketing campaign” a few years ago– The figures were done up by 30 artists and auctioned off for charity– So far, this is my only foray into the world of cute plastic figurines–

Ty Cobb

Acrylic portrait of “The Georgia Peach”– I started this painting by flinging an entire 8 oz. jar of matte medium at the working surface–