Welcome to the home of the Beastlies!
Each little monster is hand‐sculpted, unique, and waiting to be adopted!
Another preview of a Dubious Beasts: Symbiosis creature (that I showed a bit of earlier). He’s sort lemur-ish.04/18/14
Funny side effect of filling a 6 inch cube with solid resin: It gets HEAVY AS SHIT. Who’da thought it. I originally planned for this manateefish critter to hang on a wall, but now I’m not sure. Maybe if you make sure to find a stud… But drywall? I don’t know about that.04/16/14
I started taking some real photos of the pieces I have finished for Dubious Beasts: Symbiosis. So here’s that guy I posted a quick shot of a few days ago. I’ll start doling out some of the nicer preview images now that we’re getting closer to the date.04/16/14
An update about some logistics of the Dubious Beasts: Symbiosis show—
So this show is part of a festival in Cannon Beach called the Spring Unveiling. This means that the show will be mostly open to the public on Friday, May 2 (That’s the day Shing and I are going to be hanging out, making art for a demo at 3pm). BUT! There will be some pieces that are going to be covered until the actual unveiling, which happens on Saturday at 11:30am, followed that evening by a reception from 5-8pm (with drinks from Cannon Beach Distillery and Bill’s Tavern Brewhouse).
So for online people who are interested in buying pieces from afar, it’ll go like this: Most artwork will be available Friday morning when we open for the show, both online and in-store. But selected “Unveiling” pieces will be available online only after they are unveiled, and those will go online Sunday.
Got all that? :)04/15/14
Preview of a piece for Dubious Beasts show.04/15/14
Part 2 of the Beastlies in the shop.04/12/14
Part 1 of the Beastlies in the shop04/12/14
It’s an unusual time, I know, but I’ve got some Beastlies about ready to post. Whatcha think about a Saturday listing?04/12/14
it wont erode will it?
Nope! That’s hard resin, not water. He’s encased in there for good.04/12/14