Monthly Archives: December 2010

A day at the MET, part 1

This previous August, my wife and I made a trip with some friends to New York City. We went to the Metropolitan Museum of Art for a day. I thought it would be fun to share some of my favorite … Continue reading

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Architectural Watercolors, process

These architectural watercolor paintings are part of a series I did earlier this year, working freelance for Populous Architecture on an Albuquerque Convention Center remodeling project. I am going to quickly share some steps that go into creating one of … Continue reading

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Hip Hop is Undead!

We finally answered the decade old question; Is hip hop dead or alive? Neither. This Nov. 5th, in celebration of El Dia’ de los Muertos, “Hip Hop is Undead” exhibited artwork and objects to commemorate hip hop’s deceased. Curated by … Continue reading

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Fire & Water Benefit Show

So, while we were working on the website I didn’t really take any time to blog. Now I have a backlog of art shows, projects and events to recap. I figure I’ll start with one of my personal favorites from … Continue reading

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Lucid Arts is ALIVE!!

At long last, Lucid Arts website is up and running, functional, new and improved, sleekly modified, and all out better than ever! Thanks to my friend Ed, over at Riser Design, www.riserdesign.com. The blog will now be a weekly update, … Continue reading

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