Sunday, October 31, 2010

Happy Halloween!

Big thanks to everyone that made it out to the Haunted Art Show on Friday night at the dooGallery. It was a lot of fun and I will definitely be looking to participate in their next theme show. Next up for me is next Saturday's Cabbagetown Chomp and Stomp. Hope to see you there!

Don't forget about the debut of the Walking Dead show tonight on AMC (10pm). The show looks amazing and has me rereading my trades. Here is the preview:

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Haunted Art Show @ the dooGallery 10/29

Haunted Art Show

8th annual Halloween art & Costume party
October 29th

& 30 more artists.
Live Music, Art Raffle, Free Drinks, Costume Contest
$10 Door donation, 9pm - 1am Must be 21.
Bring this blog post for a Free Raffle Ticket!

205 Holtzclaw st
Atlanta, GA 30316

I will have 3-5 framed Halloween/horror themed prints in the show.

Hope you can make it!

Monday, October 18, 2010

Atlanta Zombie Apocalypse

I had the pleasure of going to the Atlanta Zombie Apocalypse last night. I have to recommend it to any zombie fan out there. We went with the combo package which includes the main attraction and a chance to shoot some zombies personally. The main attraction is an intense total immersion into a zombie movie. You are led through offices, long hallways, courtyards, labs, and more by a military officer whose only goal is to get you to safety. If you are going to 1 haunted house this year, this should be it. Afterward we took the opportunity to shoot some zombies. I have to say there was something uniquely satisfying with getting a bulls-eye shot to the left eye of a zombie slowly lumbering my way. I definitely recommend checking it out. Here is the official trailer.

The Atlanta Zombie Apocalypse is open Thursday-Sunday, October 14-17, Thursday-Sunday, Oct. 21-24 and Tuesday-Sunday, Oct. 26-31, 8 p.m.-midnight or later. Admission is $20.00 per person. Shooting zombies with paintball guns is an additional $15 (combo ticket is $30), and parking $3 (to feed the zombies kept caged on display in the forecourt). For more information, go to the official website.

Sunday, October 17, 2010

re: Little 5 Points Halloween Festival 10/16

Thanks to everyone that made it out to the festival yesterday. And big thanks to the volunteers and staff that helped put it together. I thought it went pretty smooth considering it was the 1st year of the artist market.

Next up, the Cabbagetown Chomp & Stomp on Saturday November 6, 2010.

Saturday, October 9, 2010


In honor of next week's L5P Halloween Fesitval, here are a couple of new paintings I will have in the artists' market. Both will be available as original paintings (acrylic paint on canvas) and as signed/numbered prints. Then paintings are 16"x20" and 12"x24" and the prints are 8.5"x11". Come by and say hello!

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Little 5 Points Halloween Festival 10/16

Mark your calendars. I will be in the artist market of the Little 5 Points Halloween Parade and Art Show. This is the 1st year they are having an artists' market so make sure you come out and show some support. The artist market will be running down Colquitt Ave from Euclid Ave. And don't miss the parade from 4-5:30pm!

Bands are playing both Friday and Saturday night. Do what you can to see Cinetrope on Friday @ 5pm!