June 09, 2009

Creature Feature

The Creature Feature online preview is now up at Lunar Boy!

Click to see Matthew Porter's work and pricing

Click to see my work and pricing

Here are my pieces:

Real Chicken of the Sea - 9" x 6" cel vinyl acrylic on bristol

Longest Horn - 5" x 11" cel vinyl acrylic on watercolor paper

Slight Disadvantage - 12" x 6" cel vinyl acrylic on watercolor paper

Three Heads Are Better - 6" x 8" cel vinyl acrylic on bristol

Unihorn at Choco Mountain - 5" x 7" cel vinyl acrylic on watercolor paper

Raging Mountaintop - 6" x 6" cel vinyl acrylic on deep cradle Aquabord

Cycloptical Exam - 8" x 6" cel vinyl acrylic on deep cradle Aquabord

Fiery Escape - 8" x 6" cel vinyl acrylic on deep cradle Aquabord

Mermaid Service - 6" x 8" cel vinyl acrylic on deep cradle Aquabord

If you like free drinks and art and happen to be near Astoria this Saturday, please stop in and say how-do. Matthew and I will be there with our ladies.

Opening Reception: Saturday, June 13th from 5 - 9pm
Lunar Boy Gallery
1133 Commercial Street
Astoria OR 97103
866.395.1566
info@lunarboygallery.com

21 comments:

IZA said...

WOW! These are all really Fantastic!!! I really wish I could make the show, but I'm too far and not financially endowed enough for a trip! (also, still currently no car for me)

I truly love these, and wish I had money to buy one, cause they're sooo RAD!

I'm gonna need to learn some stuff from you!

Dumpster Divez said...

I love it! These are all fantastic creatures.

*daisy said...

wow- i love these!! Great shapes and color, and love the humor in all of them! my fave is the chicken of the sea one : D

Brad said...

geez these are fabulous!!!!!!

Renee Kurilla said...

I'll join the crowd- these really are great. It's be wonderful to have them all hanging next to each other on a wall...like...in my house haha.

Congrats on the gallery show...have you thought of selling prints as well?

Michael Dougherty said...

You are a master! What a beautiful gallery of work. "Raging Mountaintop" is my favorite. I love the pastel-like textures you're achieving in these pieces.

SteveLambe said...

Gorgeous! Not a lemon in the whole lot, Drake.

Claudio Cerri said...

I Fall in love by your art! See you soon!

Andy said...

Digging the viking and chicken pieces. What's "deep cradle Aquaboard"? Have an awesome showing.

pumml said...

Thanks for the enthusiastic words, everybody! I'm happy to know you like them.

Robert - I will take these secrets to my grave. Only joking. Anytime, man.

Dumpster - Thanks!

Daisy - Thank you for the kind words! I have a great time coming up with (hopefully) funny ideas.

Brad - Thank you!

Renee - They'd love to be hanging in a good home like yours. Prints are planned for a couple... I'm way behind on that front.

Michael - You flatter me, Sir. I'm no master by any means, but am enjoying the learning process.

Steve - Thanks, man! Glad to hear it! Your feedback is always appreciated.

Claudio - Thanks for the nice comment and for stopping by.

Andy - Thanks! Aquabord is made by Ampersand and available at most art stores. Formerly called Claybord. I'm using the textured variety.

Thomas F. Dougherty said...

...and she still doesn't do windows. A wonderfully thoughtful piece and very funny!

Thierry Cattant said...

Love your paintings, they're so great and funny.
Your colors and your mediums are so great too…


(I put your blog as "blog of the week" on mine ;-) )

Adele K Thomas said...

These are awesome, well done and good luck with the show.

pumml said...

Thank you, Thomas, Thierry and Adele!

Thomas - HA!

Thierry - Thanks! I'm honored to be a featured blog of the week!

Adele - Thank you! The show opening was great.

patrick said...

These are all fantastic, I especially love Raging Mountaintop!

pumml said...

Thanks much, Patrick!

kemotaku said...

Cute but awesome!
How can it be?!

Anthony Holden said...

These are all really great, but I especially like the sea chicken!

David said...

Great colors, man!!

Abz said...

great shape, great colour. love ur style- lots of diversity and movement! keep it up

Katy Hargrove said...

I love the sea monster so much!