"Assassins of Piety"
...says he was born "on the floor of a house in Seoul, Korea. I was 11 pounds 14 ounces with a banana shaped head."
He describes his family and himself thusly:
"I have a family. My mother was a Korean smuggler, my father a top secret government guy,my wife is a P.I., I always feel like I’m being followed, I hike, I read, and I fish."
He's creating the artwork for the Idaho Opera's 2008-2009 performances.
Please don't miss the robot pooper-scooper complete with a trashcan, rolling along underneath the dog above....
"We Made a Baby"
There's no more need for the turtle versus the hare, as we can see here...the rabbits can just help the poor slow turtle along:
He teaches at Boise State University. Aside from fine art paintings, he also illustrates books, for example one called What's That Noise? Here's the answer:
"Things seem to crawl from my brain, through a sketchbook, and end up on some beautiful surface."
Rather the Garden
"Here is the beginning of yet another series. I've wanted to do this for some time now. It's roots lie with Bosch, (On a side note how cool would it be to have the name Hieronymus. Of course growing up would be hell but if one could make it through those formative years it would make a great adult name.) who has always been an inspiration. Just a group of characters whose goal is the garden instead of the other place. Of course most are doomed to fail just because their physical traits place them in hell but if they are good enough who knows. I will have a book of about twenty of these in the end. Each piece is either 2"x 2" or 3"x 3"."
A series he refers to as "The Animal Witness Protection Program," his more affordable work :)
("Sometimes Kitty wants to eat her cartoon Witness Protection mask...")
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