Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Dia de los Muertos


                       Soul suck/ Mind meld
                  Double Double Devil painting
                        Acrylic on paper 2016


                                                             
 One of my Double Devil Paintings is included in this awesome show in LA!

Opening Reception

Thursday, October 6th 5-8pm


Works on view through November 27 

at Esqueleto LA: 1298 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 
 The  5th annual Day of the Dead themed group show to our Los Angeles location for the first time. Ten different artists have created works on paper which represent their unique takes on the holiday. 
Featuring new work by:
Afton Love
Raul Gonzalez
Rhonda Ratray
Ethan Caflisch
Sophie Lourdes Knight
Todd White
Shane Butler
Melissa Bolger
Kreh Mellick
Alexis Adams

http://shopesqueleto.com/module/imageGallery/gallery?cat_id=39

                                                 

Wednesday, August 3, 2016

ONCE BALLROOM


Poster illustration I created for Wolves in the Throne Room, Feral and 
Obsidian Tongue!!!
The show is already sold out!

Flip The Bird




Flip the Bird
a splendid 7 page micro zine for fun and amusement. ALSO includes a large 8.5" x 11" DOUBLE BIRD with CLOVER illustration.
Through powerful optical illusions you can see a bird or the bird!!!
available at my ETSY SHOP


Thursday, July 21, 2016

Deviled


Deviled  3.5" x 5" double image paintings on paper 2016


YARD SALE!


FOR THE LOVE OF YARD SALES!!!!!

 Posters by Jack Schneider 2016

          Come and experience the yard sale of a lifetime. This unique exhibition will feature an assortment of art and objects produced by over 15 contemporary artists. Everything for sale will be listed at $150 and below. Free parking. 

I have my new deviled paintings and sculptures some other GEMS! 

JULY 29TH-31ST
Hours of Operation
FRI: 5:30pm-7:30pm (opening reception)
SAT: 10am-6pm
SUN: 10am-4pm


Carroll and Sons    http://www.carrollandsons.net/
450 Harrison Ave, Boston, Massachusetts 02118
Art Gallery

(617) 482-2477

Sunday, May 22, 2016

Picture Stories 2


Picture Stories II

The premise:

 Picture Stories (Super Special) is collaboration between illustration and painting students, faculty, and invited guests from the Edinburgh College of Art, UK; the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, USA; and the San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, USA.
The brief centres on participants exchanging and responding to short written narratives. Artists from ECA would send their ‘stories’ to Boston and to San Francisco, and vice versa. Individual artists would respond primarily to those narratives in the most appropriate visual manner. This project, to some extent, is in the spirit of Harvey Pekar’s American Splendour, in which Harvey’s life stories are illustrated by different artists. It is also worth looking at Matt Madden’s book, 99 Ways to Tell a Story. In this book a simple narrative, “man goes to fridge”, is told in various style and mood of illustration.



to Purchase:

Lulu link HERE to purchase this fantastic collaboration....

Sunday, March 6, 2016

Picture story

"Flying Ointment" my black and white drawing for "Picture Stories"  The "color" version will be available as part of the collection and maybe as prints?


Picture Stories (Super Special) is collaboration between illustration and painting students of Edinburgh College of Art, students and affiliated artists at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, USA, and students and affiliated artists at the San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, USA.The brief centres on participants responding to short written narratives. The ECA has swapped their ‘stories’ with Boston and to San Francisco, and vice versa.

This was the text sent to me:

"They took out the recipe book, and following directions; they began laying out small amounts of everything in dishes. Measured and calculated, powders and liquids. Mixed to a consistency that when you dip your finger into it, your finger should be just barely coated. You should still be able to see the wrinkles located on the back of your finger. Not too sticky, lumpy, thick or overworked. Never overworked. The mixture should stick to you but also move away, falling silently back into the bowl."  

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