Garrett Sanders, INTRUSION (2013) 30”x24”, oil and charcoal.
Often referred to as the “Taj-bong-hal”, this piece stands at about 2 feet tall and has a removable cap. Its current status is -> “Collecting dust bunnies in the corner of a room…”
a bit of basic geometry with a splash of trigonometry, substantial amounts of coffee, a micron pen, an oxford comma, and a sharpie. 2013
This is a duo group I’m very excited to be a part of. The link will send you straight to our band camp page.. I believe you cant go wrong with having a presence on the internet, so why not!!. Share it if you like it !
These owls are available at The Botaniste in Easthampton, just as seen in the photo- matted and secured in a plastic sheet. Barred. Barn. Screech.
I was extremely fortunate my good friend allowed me the privilege of painting his bass. With no criteria, this project was long in the thought process.. but not to mention the duration of time spent waiting for the oil paint to dry (on behalf both sides needed paint). She was sprayed with a clear coat gloss finish.. This trout was quite a catch, from Dean pond!
the route is a vein and life is a traveling along with imagination culminating to be a trustworthy back drop. something i did years ago back in high school.