Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Portraits of Friends

I am very excited to be a part of Modern Eden Gallery's 6th annual portrait exhibition.  If you're in San Francisco, it's worth checking out, this show never disappoints. The exhibition runs June 11th through July 1st.

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Destroy & Create

I will be contributing a custom half pipe to Destroy & Create this February at Art Whino in Maryland. With over 40 international artists in this exhibition it is sure to impress.  I hope you will get chance to check it out. 


Art Whino teams up with Boundless Brooklyn to present Destroy & Create, a group art show that celebrates the release of the new Boundless Halfpipe model kit.  Boundless Brooklyn, which creates DIY miniature sets and has sponsored a number of art shows around the U.S., Canada and Europe, is honoring the skateboard culture with the release of its brand new miniature skate ramp.  As the show name hints, Art Whino pays homage to the Skate and Destroy skate culture and will be curating a diverse group of its artists to trick out the halfpipe model kits. Artist backgrounds range from illustrators to fine artists, and they’ll present a wide array of interpretations of what the skate culture means to them.

Saturday, February 20th, from 8-11pm

Art Whino Gallery
171 American Way
National Harbor, MD 20745

Show runs until March 20th

Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Asymmetrical Diptych Party

I'll be sending a pair of paintings down to Los Angeles for Corey Helford's "Asymmetrical Diptych Party" next month. Hope you can swing by and check it out!

Monday, December 21, 2015

Platinum Blend 2

I am very excited to be taking part in the second instalment of Platinum Blend curated by Stephanie Chefas at Modern Eden Gallery in San Francisco!  Last year was a great show and this year is looking to be just as much of a visual powerhouse.  The exhibition will run from January 9th through to February 6th.  I hope you can make it out to see it!


Happy to be participating in Modern Eden Gallery's 3rd Wanderlust Exhibition.  Bringing together a large group of artists to make postcards on the topic of travel.  On view until January 2, 2016.

Friday, December 4, 2015

Project P:ear

"Distill" - oil on wood - 8" x 8" - 2015

This holiday season, Stephanie Chefas Projects in collaboration with p:ear, a Portland non-profit that mentors homeless youth are delighted to announce a benefit group exhibit titled Project p:ear. Featuring works from an array of over 40 artists, Project p:ear celebrates the creativity of the human spirit and our inherent drive for self expression.  20% of all proceeds from the exhibit will be donated to p:ear programs.

p:ear is a program dedicated to building positive relationships with homeless and transitional youth through education, arts, and recreation. Their aim is to foster trust, enable stability and build self-esteem by teaming troubled young people with role models and instructors for years at a time.
The organization targets youth who are frequently deemed as 'hopeless cases' by society at large, and believes that through intensive guidance their students can shine as bright as anyone else, if not brighter. One of p:ear's core philosophies is to inspire through creativity, thereby providing young people with the tools to express themselves constructively. For more information, visit
Stephanie Chefas Projects is located on the second floor of the Urban Row building at 305 SE 3rd Ave., Suite 202 in Portland, Oregon. Project p:ear opens to the public Friday, December 4th from 6-10pm.