Tuesday, November 20, 2012

right now

Little Known Facts About Howell Valley will be on exhibit for the remainder of November at Old City Java in downtown Knoxville.  Also, Wordsmiths is still up at Lawson McGhee Library.  Lastly, the last of the Dee C. East Portraiture prints can be found at Rala! 


New exciting things in the works!

Theatre Obsolete's Spookshow (as well as the 6th Annual PoMoNoBo Hallowe'en Art Show) was a huge success.  T.O. will continue to explore ideas and possibilities for more shows.  Expect more puppetry as well as some human theatre!


Wednesday, August 15, 2012

writers

working on some small drawings of authors.  most of them southern.  a few misfits in the bunch.
above is Carson McCullers.  She breaks my heart every time.

Monday, July 16, 2012

multi-tasking

Working on lots of things currently.  As exciting as it all is I do like the idea of having a fresh slate in the winter.  Might look into focusing on one project at a time if i can handle that...

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

secret plans





rocket launch

The Amazing Rocket Launch  --or--  How to Send Your Sister to The Moon

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

currently working on...

Wobbly.

Wobbly 


i've been doing a lot of skeletons lately. on paper and with clay.
skeletons have even shown up in a new project i'm working on
that is not about skeletons.  so here's a Wobbly drawing.  he's
not been around much these days.

Thursday, April 5, 2012

new things up at the Flickr

Milton


If Tim Burton were Mexican and a lover of portraiture, he might have created something like the strange pictures that Bran Rogers configures out of media as disparate as watercolor, clay, and digital photography. Which is to say that Bran Rogers is doing something utterly peculiar and charming, creating intimate portraits of Hallowe’en and Day of the Dead figurines that he himself fashions by hand out of two- and three-dimensional media. These dress-up witches, caped vampires, and carefully turned-out skeletons pose against backgrounds that fall somewhere between old-fashioned ornamental wallpaper and out-of-sync, off-scale decorative motifs. Each of his characters suggests a story, practically begs for a larger narrative in which to encounter other creatures like themselves—without one, their loneliness is palpable, sweet, and just a little bit heartbreaking.


60 Wrd/min Art Critic Lori Waxman

Monday, January 23, 2012

WTF Museum


WTF Museum, originally uploaded by pomonobo productions.

The High Museum of Art in Atlanta doesn't allow cameras but it allows iPhones. People actually showed up with DSLRs and started snapping photos. I firmly believe that instead of a reminder on camera policy that they should have been asked to leave and never come back. However people were permitted to take photos with their cell phones. What the fuck is the difference?!

Wednesday, January 18, 2012