Thank you to everyone who dropped in for the opening of Wonders About Which The Living Only Dreamlast night. If you couldn't make it or if you are interested in purchasing a piece from the show, all of the work can be viewed online by following this link. Once again, my thanks to Laura for inviting me back to her wonderful gallery.
The Salut! coaster art show at Nucleus Portland is now on display through the eighth of November. If you happen to be in the Portland area, please stop into this lovely little gallery and check out the work of over a hundred talented and diverse artists. If you are not local you can find all of the coasters on their website. My thanks to the gallery for inviting me to be a part of their grand opening!
Nightmare Digital recently interviewed Matthew of Eluvium and I about our collaborations, the process of creating art/music and the beautiful new Eluvium album "False Readings On". For anyone interested, the article can be found by following this link.
I am moving my art studio for the first time in several years and am in the process of sorting and letting go of some original work. Please take some time to check out my shop if you are seeking an original piece or print.obsoleteworld.bigcartel.com or obsoleteworld.etsy.com
A fantastic new video that shows the process behind Eluvium's new lp box set (as well as a short time-lapse on the creation of this particular piece of art) was released earlier this week! So much love went into bringing this incredible project to life and I am happy to have played a small role in it. Eluvium's "Life Through Bombardment Volume 2" is now
Last week I received my copy of Eluvium's gorgeous lp box set. I thought I would share a few photos of the finished product. These limited editions are available through Temporary Residence Ltd. while supplies last. Matthew's music has been a huge inspiration to my artwork since the first time I heard it and I am honored to be a part of this project. The box is a worthwhile investment for fans of cinematic/ambient/experimental/classical/elegant noises. Follow this link to listen to some of his work.
I have about sixty copies of "Wisdom For Debris" left in case anyone out there would still like a copy. I printed 1000 in the spring of 2014 and these are all that remain! My thanks to everyone who has supported this project. I look forward to releasing another book in the years ahead!
The Eluvium lp box sets have started to ship and I thought I would share one of the pieces that I created for it. "Life Through Bombardment Volume 2" is a limited edition box set of just about everything Matthew has recorded since 2009. His music has been a tremendous inspiration to my artwork since we first met some fifteen years ago and I am always pleased when I get the chance to contribute to his projects. There are still a few of these beauties available through the good people over at Temporary Residence Ltd.in case anyone out there might be interested.
watercolor, ink, charcoal, colored pencil, powdered pigment and spray varnish
This piece was created for the "Be My Valentine" group show which opened yesterday evening at Rivet Gallery in Columbus, Ohio. Stop in and check out some fantastic work if you happen to be in the area. The online preview can be found through gallery's website. My thanks to Laura for inviting me to be a part of this exhibit!
We are getting our first glimpse of the beautiful new Eluvium vinyl box set that will be released in just a few weeks! Printed and bound by hand in our hometown of Portland, Oregon these are truly spectacular works of art. Once again, I am so pleased to have contributed to such a gorgeous project. Many thanks to Matthew and Temporary Residence Ltd.
Eluvium's "Life Through Bombardment Volume Two" vinyl box set
is now available for pre-order over at Temporary Residence Ltd. I'm very honored
to once again be a part of such a lovely project. For anyone who may be
interested in my art process, please check out the official trailer posted above. On a
side note, if this piece looks a little familiar it is because it is an adaptation of an earlier work entitled "Internal Static Reduction"