every time i stray from the path of creation, i am swiftly reminded as to why i made visual art my passion. i love drawing, it’s almost a romantic relationship that nothing else can compare to.
above is my latest illustration
micron pen on card stock paper
this is something that’s REALLY awesome! i’m officially on the line up for the 2 year celebration of FOR SHOW! For Show is an art show & market pop up at Eiffel Society, the showcase itself brings out some of the finest painters/illustrators/crafts makers/ in New Orleans under one roof.
this is a pop up market that people find some of their new favorites at, so hopefully someone spots me in the crowd.
there will be so many talented people here!
this is going to be such a fun night, if you’re reading this i hope you come out and make it! a lot of my work will be on display and for sell. my latest illustrations will be available and on display.
The location is 2040 St. Charles Ave.
wow brother thank you for getting this tattooed onto you, Josh you’re the goat and I can’t wait to build cvltaesthetics together. really looking forward to it.
this is surreal to me, i am so flattered and honored at the same time. friends who take time out of their day/life to get my work put on them for the rest of their lives leaves my head spinning.
the realization that i am creating works that can speak to you hits harder each day, this reminds me so much of myself in a weird way. a reminder to get back to my focus, to the mission at hand.
the wonderful artist who tattooed this onto my pal Josh: @necronomitron
it’s the beginning of the new year and i have walked into a gallery on Julia st. in New Orleans. i glanced at the writing on the walls upon entry and noticed “LEEAUX” cut onto vinyl. that alone scares me. it’s setting in how real this is. in December my art was also on www.gonola.com- i’m finally officially making my way into the art scene. it hasn’t been a year yet and i’m starting to rank in these art shows- none of it has been easy. at all. i often ask myself “how badly do you want this?” shortly after i’m hit with a reminder go big or go home and that’s always caused confusion. i’m finally warming up to a select few as well. i often find myself more introverted and to myself but that’s totally okay.
deep inside my mind i find myself-
this late December and early January has been pandemonium.
i have a feeling everything will be coming back on track shortly.
i’ve successfully made my way to hanging artwork in another group showing in New Orleans, Louisiana. i’m beyond thrilled and consumed in a dream like state right now. this saturday a painting i shook together to hang for “Megalomania: Five” at the Boyd Satellite gallery on 440 Julia St.
this will be the second gallery showing, in frequented galleries, in less than a year. and again i’m tripping out to how this new year is starting. too thankful. all i really would like to do is continue connecting with galleries and perfecting my craft!