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I draw pictures about the comedy involved amongst our collective loss and failure. I'm curious about the notion of identity and the internal and external influences that shape it. The triumph of the human spirit and it's subsequent downward spiral into inevitable doom is a common theme in my art. I received my BFA… Read More
I draw pictures about the comedy involved amongst our collective loss and failure. I'm curious about the notion of identity and the internal and external influences that shape it. The triumph of the human spirit and it's subsequent downward spiral into inevitable doom is a common theme in my art. I received my BFA from Northern Illinois University. I believe they gave it to me out of pity. I also have a degree in graphic design which I hope to put to more use.Street art and murals keep me sane due to it's immediacy and release of stress that builds up from long studio hauls at the easel or in front of the computer. Read Less
  • Lead Artist
    Rockford Arts Council — Rockford, IL, USA
  • Art Programs Director
    Rockford Youth Initiative — Rockford, IL, USA
  • Owner and lead artist
    Crush Entity Art And Design — Rockford, IL, USA
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Muralist. That sounds like an official title. A few places I've done murals are the Wynwood District in Miami, Chicago, Rockford, Philadelphia, Brooklyn, and LA. Businesses include Paper Crown Gallery, Frontline, Project Gallery, Cartwheel Arts, LA Free Walls Project,Rockford Art Deli, Booker T Washington Center, … Read More
Muralist. That sounds like an official title. A few places I've done murals are the Wynwood District in Miami, Chicago, Rockford, Philadelphia, Brooklyn, and LA. Businesses include Paper Crown Gallery, Frontline, Project Gallery, Cartwheel Arts, LA Free Walls Project,Rockford Art Deli, Booker T Washington Center, Chicago Truborn, Meeting of Styles Chicago, Logan Square, Rockford Art Museum, Freeport Art Museum, and Rockford College. Read Less
Studio work with paint on wood and canvas, Duh?
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