Sunday, June 04, 2017

Donald And Melania Trump Inauguration Dance Portrait / The Pancake Between Them

A portrait of US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump dancing at one of the Presidential Inaugural Balls in January of this year with a pancake between them-



This is meant to be a nice Melania and Donald Trump double portrait.  The pancake suspended in the air between them is merely incidental.

I understand that some people do not like breakfast, therefore, I have posted a pancakeless version of the above painting to my Etsy.

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Prince Under The Cherry Moon Painting

One of a number of Prince portraits painted during the past year, many of them at Paisley Park in Chanhassen, Minnesota.



Prince as Christopher Tracy in the film Under The Cherry Moon.

Friday, May 26, 2017

Greg Gianforte Montana Pancake Assault, Nude

A painting of freshly elected GOP House member Greg Gianforte in the nude and with relish forcing a pancake to the ground.


The alt right of Spring.

This is a 16 by 20 inch acrylic painting on a stretched canvas.

Friday, January 06, 2017

Melania Trump Official White House Pancake Portrait

This is my official painting of new US first lady Melania Trump with pancakes on top of his head-

Melania Trump trump tower portrait painting

Larger Trump Tower and White House Melania Trump portrait.

This painting was sold on my Etsy last month.  I've used this blog so little in the past few years, relying instead almost exclusively on my twitter and instragram. I'll try to catch up by posting both largely unseen things and newer paintings.

I also still post on Flickr, and less frequently on Tumblr. Here's this same portrait posted on Tumblr.

Thanks to Everlasting Blort for recently featuring this image of the tower reclusive Mrs. Trump.

Dylann Roof Pancakes

A painting of Dylann Roof with pancakes on top of his head-

Dylann Roof portrait painting

Larger Dylann Roof painting

This painting is currently listed on my Etsy

For the past year I've largely taken a break from contemporary painting, instead focusing on painting many portraits of Prince, as I live relatively close to Paisley Park. It has been and continues to be a very fulfilling experience.