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Oh, art lovers… I’ve packed all my paintings of queens, dark princesses, vampire beauties, and goddesses into a 2018 calendar. It’s available over at Redbubble. It’ll make a great gift for the art lover in your life. …or just for yourself. Grab yours today!
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In the old world city of Ellerae, one person goes missing every day. Poor little Mia doesn’t stand a chance. Or does she? Let the Bodies One dead. Every night. Forever… With new cover art by Tahina Morrison… Let the Bodies also appears in the short novel – The Hecatomb. J Edward Neill
Artist T. Morrison and I have got it in our heads to sculpt and paint mushrooms. LOTS of mushrooms. We did this. And then this. As our shroomy confidence built, so too did the size of our canvasses increase. Until we decided to paint something really big… Doomed Kingdom – 24×36″ – our largest sculpture/painting yet. […]
Collaboration is the name of the game. Sculptor T. Morrison & I have been doing it in spades. She invents wild ideas, sculpts them with lightweight spackle, and I add deep, dark backgrounds. She even did a funny tutorial. Our latest pieces have been getting ever darker. We held a challenge via Facebook to select a […]
Finally, after two weeks without rain, a storm washed over my little suburban house. My garden needed it. My trees were happy. But more than anything, my creativity blossomed. And I painted a story about a lost city, a dark cave, and a cold, cold sky… Escape prints are available here. The original is 16″ x […]
I’d painted hundreds of canvasses. I’d gone through a thousand tubes of acrylic paint, wrecked dozens of brushes, and cleaned up countless spills. None of it prepared me for the horrors of using graphite. You see, I wanted a change. Not that I’d grown bored of using acrylics and watercolors; I hadn’t. It’s just that […]
Sometimes I go off the reservation with surreal art ideas. My latest painting, Chasing Death, is one such effort. I grabbed a random canvas from my stash, mixed together a fairly random color palette, and voila: Chasing Death – 18″ x 32″ Paintings like these are my favorite. No forethought, no plans, just colors and […]
It’s almost my birthday. And I thought I’d celebrate by offering up one of my favorite subject matters to paint – demons. Typically in the Painting with Darkness series, I reveal the entire process from start to finish. But with this next piece, I painted it quickly and without planning… And thus Scavenger of the […]
Finally… I’ve settled in my new house long enough to reboot my creative engine and slather up some new paintings. I’ve got new lighting, a cabinet stocked with all manner of deep, dark colors, and a set of brushes sharper than any sword… Please enjoy: Sylpha – 12″ x 12″ Sylpha is a character from […]
The ORIGINAL canvas art for my most popular paintings is now available for purchase. If you find one you like here, reach out to him on Facebook. …or… Discover his art via Etsy. His shop name is ShadowArtFinds. A few samples:
A few months ago, I painted something I hated. Meaning it was so bad and uninspired I’m not even gonna show it here. Or subject you to its awfulness. So… When I ran out of fresh canvasses recently, I realized I had to keep painting. Keeps me sane, you know. Paint the demons out or […]
Been a little while since I finished anything new on canvas. Been too busy writing this, prepping to move, and killing all my scotch (easier to drink it than move it.) But finally, after 10,000 white dots and plenty of exacto blade action, I’ve finished. Introducing ‘Blacklight.’ It’s huge. It’s dark. And it came out […]
Just thought I’d share a quick, dark little canvas I just painted. Ever since I finished the massive ‘Falling In,’ I’ve been addicted to splashing black trees against swirling colors. The Abyss might be my favorite thus far: I finished ‘The Abyss’ in just three nights. That’s pretty fast for me. For my […]
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