Friday, February 7, 2014

Colors, Magic, LA and LOVE.

I can't begin to explain the amazing experience I had in LA. Oh man, the trip was so needed for so many reasons. Here is a quick sum up of my trip: I saw the love of my life. I went to several art show's at MOCA and LAMCA featuring: James Turrell and Dian Von Furstenberg. We went dancing at a industrial metal club in Hollywood (INSANELY AWESOME). We also got to go to Disneyland, it was MAGICAL. Rolland introduced me to my new fav show, "Little Britain." Never laughed so hard. It was the best. LA you are a treat! Enjoy the pics!


One of my all time fav. artists Fransicso Clemente

Got this yummy candle for Rolland at the MOCA Art Gallery store.

Intoxicating rooms of COLOR. It was such a high.

In the Amoeba elevator. Serious tagging and grafting going on.

My first time on the "Tea Cup" ride. It was hard!


Friday, November 8, 2013

David Bowie In Louis Vuitton’s L’Invitation Au Voyage

Just found this new Loui Vuitton X David Bowie video and I had to share. It is magical and "Labyrinth-"esque. Over the many years I have blogged, painted, quoted, danced, and instagramed to the legendary David Bowie. Watching this video secured my choice even more to imprint the bowie bolt on my right forearm. I recently got my first tattoo! Designed by one of the greatest creators on the planet next to Bowie and a few others in my opinion, Rolland Berry. I have a obsession with the crescent moon. I feel best when the moon is in that particular phase in the sky and cosmos….. and it also reminds me of the Chesire Cat from Alice in Wonderland, looking down and smiling at me. So the tattoo has lots of layers of meaning to me. 
Mainly, the bolt. I remember the first time I heard "Space Oddity" by David Bowie. That was a huge turning point for me, especially creatively. I was never the same, and I was inspired to recreate myself with my art and who I was as a creator/artist. So the bolt is symbolic of a creative explosion of my mind, due to Ziggy Stardust/Bowie bolt era. What would we do without creators!!?? 

Monday, September 2, 2013

Another Alice

This is a commission for my classy New York friend whom I love. She saw my massive collage paintings of my other Alice in Wonderlands and had to have one of her own. So this was made specially for her. I have missed making collage paintings. They make me organize, assimulate and plot a lot, which is a very stimulating process. A buzz the entire time. Sometimes it makes me think of how I would create outfits, design clothing, homes...... everything. I just love the idea of merchandizing and organizing imagery in any form. One day I'll transition into different mediums/materials. My passion.

Sunday, August 25, 2013


I am LOVING the Giani VERSACE era these past few months. I remember when I was younger I would be up and down certain shops in Viva Las Vegas fascinated by all of the high end designer stores..... smelling the fragrances coming from the stores that would eventually mark visually and scenty memory in my brain. Versace and Moschino ALWAYS had such an impact on me.  The colors, and patterns were an epic boldness also the interesting lines always tantalized my brain. Seeing that my favorite era of all time is catching onto waaay too many people, the 90's to be exact, sorta annoys me. These images definitely bring back fragrant memories of seeing them hanging up in windows and advertisements back in my day. I have a very good visual memory-- And these images are a beautiful, smell good memory. 
R.I.P. GIANI Versace, you were oh so good and so ahead of your time. 

Monday, July 15, 2013

Butch, Sundance, and the Wild Things.......

Well, I am still painting commissions..... thank the heavens. It is probably my passion to paint, let alone personalized pieces for people. Again, thats alllll I want to do. I painted this Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid to try to sell up at Sundance, but a couple of people wanted to buy it so I quoted them prices. I sold it to one of my favorite people who lives in Nashville. I painted the Wild things for a awesome chick in Philadelphia. One of my goals years ago, was to be able send/sell  my artwork all over the country. I'm slowly making my mark in states outside of Utah. I'm so grateful that dreams do come true..... and for those who value my craft. 

Wednesday, July 3, 2013


All of these images do something to me on a real high level. Raw, untouched, and beautiful........ inspiration at it's best. 

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All images via Oracle Fox

Tuesday, May 7, 2013

The Met Gala Red Carpet is Truly Where Chaos Meets Couture.

 I have been so excited for this event. I think it's because of the theme this year- which is: PUNK: Chaos to Couture. I am not one who likes to be too glamourous. I do like to dress up, but I do like to have an edge to how I dress. I must admitt, I LOVED Kristen Stewarts look, it was her own. I love originality, some have it-- some do not. And the ones of whom I posted below in my opinion, have it, and pulled off there own look that fit the theme perfectly. Yes, I would have LOVED going to this event. I really wonder what I would have worn myself. 

Long live PUNK COUTURE!! 
& Alexander McQueen!!