MELVINS - Long Beach Posters

Melvins Long Beach poster, Alex's Bar

I'm excited to share my 5th MELVINS poster for their Electric Roach tour! Visualizing the sludgy heaviness of the Melvins' complex audioblasphemy ain't easy, but here's my attempt. The struggle of the mind is very real and this poor soul is going through some heaviness. If you can relate, I feel for ya.

Melvins lava foil variant poster

And here are the extra melty lava foil variants. There's only 10 of these beauties in all of existence, so if it's hypnotic melty allure grabs you, snatch one up quickly and get lost in that swirly goo! These are are SO much more vibrant and prismatic when beheld in person.

Melvins lava foil poster close up detail

Snatch up your choice of these anxiety-ridden beasts from my web shop here. Worldwide shipping available.

Melvins at their merch booth at Alex's Bar in Long Beach, CA

Big thanks again to the Melvins, Secret Serpents and of course Monolith Press who once again amazed me with their printing expertise and perfection. These came out better than I could have imagined.

Original ink drawing for the Melvins
Original ink drawing

Daryll Peirce Vex painting

This small 10x10" acrylic on panel Vex painting recently came back into my life and is what inspired the Melvins more grotesque counterpart poster. Please inquire via email if interested.

DROP - UMA Gallery - Oakland, CA

Thanks to all who came out to our group show 'DROP' at the beautiful UMA Gallery. I got to reconnect with friends not seen in some time and meet some fascinating new folks. UMA is located in the historic Mosswood Chapel and Mortuary in Temescal, Oakland. They have monthly events and I highly recommend visiting, even if just to see the building itself.

UMA Gallery and Mosswood Chapel front

DROP art show poster

Loading hearse with art
Getting a little help delivering a large painting

Painting in hearse
Rest in Piece

DROP Group show
My girl in front of the gorgeous (and highly pounceable-looking) sculptures of Daniel 'Attaboy' Seifert

Sitar player in front of Justin Teisl artwork
Sitar player in front of the layered beautiful work of Justin Teisl.

DROP group show photo

Kids with Attaboy of High Fructose Magazine
Attaboy giving out some hand-painted goodies to my goofs

My paintings at DROP show

Sculpture artwork of Chris Isner
Meticulously carved sculpture work of Chris Isner

Attaboy painting
Daniel 'Attaboy' Seifert wall piece

Unkle Morty skeleton
'Unkle Morty'
(yes, he's real and yes, that's also a dead lizard in there)

And, thank you Donna and UMA for inviting me and presenting our work so beautifully in this historic and stunning chapel/mortuary space. That was definitely the most fun I’ve had in a far.

Crocker Art Museum - Sacramento, CA

Crocker Museum piece

Grateful to be showing this “A Momentary Quietus” piece at the Crocker Art Museum and to have my work in such a beautiful building among an incredible collection. Somehow this was my first time visiting the California capital area and Old Sacramento. What an ornately stunningly and beautiful museum! I love the fusing of the historical architecture with the newer modern wing. Also dug having he first real date night in a very long time.

The annual auction show will be on view and available for bidding from 5/26-6/5 though the Museum.

Direct link to my piece here. There's also a cringy video on that page where I explain this piece if you wan to see me uncomfortably talking about it and myself.

Crocker Museum detail

Crocker Museum detail

Crocker Museum date

Crocker Museum detail 3

Carrie Cottini and Robert Bowen

Carrie Cottini with her piece "SWARM" alongside her hubby (and my studio hubby) Robert Bowen