September 11th, 2007
Ok, so it's not so new, I've been here for four months now, but it still feels new to me. After being practically homeless for the past year since I left Berlin, I finally have settled down to paint again, in a run down old factory building in the east of London. I'm in good company here as there other creatives closeted away here. Look out for a new body of work, its also time for me to catch up on those unfinished canvases that I brought over from Berlin.
The work space has street access and is large enough that I intend to periodically use it as a gallery space.
September 2nd, 2007
My artwork makes an appearance in a new publication:
THE CRYPTOPEDIA: A Dictionary of the Weird, Strange, and Downright Bizarre
by Bram Stoker Award winner Jonathan Maberry and David F. Kramer
Citadel Press, $16.95 / 320 pages / ISBN-13: 978-0806528199
At the edge of the known world, demons, monsters, and baffling phenomena abound. To help you navigate this mystery-shrouded realm where the supernatural mingles with the paranormal, fright-guides Jonathan Maberry and David Kramer present their indispensable follow-up to Vampire Universe. Witty and comprehensive, The Cryptopedia divides the otherworldly into chapters that explain the inexplicable, from angels to poltergeists to UFOs and more. Leaving no Philosopher's Stone unturned, the authors decode occult symbols, demystify the art of fortune telling, and discuss the myriad strange and bizarre forces at work in the universe. Illustrated throughout, this is an invaluable guide to the Larger World. Don't leave this plane of existence without it!
Available everywhere books are sold
Author website: www.jonathanmaberry.com