Thinking Inside the Box.

I've never really understood that whole "no news is good news" thing.

Anyhow, here's some news. It's good news. And it's name is The Compound Gallery.

That's right, dear reader(s) my humble artworks have found a splendid new home, just a hop, skip and jump across the bay from my own San Francisco home, in Oakland's most awesome gallery. I'm excited fit to bust, which as you can imagine, is a state I'm not often witnessed in, and one it's probably best not to imagine.

Right now I have several pieces displayed in the spectacularly named Special Collection and Print Lounge, and another big painting in the Art in a Box Headquarters (more about Art in a Box shortly). But what I'm really excited about is the prospect of a solo show of all my Apology Drawings in the Main Gallery next year. Not sure of exact dates yet, but check back and I'll keep you posted.

In the meantime allow me to explain the frequent, and so far mysterious, box references that have blighted this blog.

I’m thrilled to announce I'll also be contributing to The Compound's Art in a Box service. Art in a Box is an art subscription service based on the model of a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) box, but instead of worthy but flavorless vegetables it delivers gloriously original works of art to subscribers. Every box's contents are created by a local Bay Area artist, such as myself, and subscribing couldn't be simpler. Just supply three adjectives to describe your taste in art, then describe the types of media you like or, more importantly, dislike, and choose how often you want your boxes dispatched (every month, every other month, quarterly, etc.). You will then receive, upon your doorstep, a carefully chosen piece of original art in a robust yet attractive box each month of your subscription. 'How much does remarkable service cost?', I hear you mumble breathlessly. Surely and arm and a leg, if not a spleen and a small intestine. Well stand back and firmly grasp a piece of sturdy furniture my friends, because subscribers pay a mere $50 per box. Yes, you read that right, fifty trifling bucks. And in fact if you could overcome that crippling idleness of yours and make it to the gallery in person, you could pick up your boxed art yourself and save $10 in the process. Not only that, but you could behold the wondrousness that is The Compound Gallery into the bargain.

I hope to see you there one day soon. In the meantime you can subscribe right here.