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Renacimiento
2012
12' x 14'
Collaboration with Ray Patlán for Clarion Alley Mural Project 20th Anniversary

Radiant City
111 Minna St
2002

Bullet Train
Gallery Balazo
2001
Photo: Leslie Bauer

China Basin Mural
with Andrew Schoultz
2001

Generator Mural
with Andrew Schoultz
2001

 

Renacimiento

This mural is my interpretation of Quetzalcoatl, the Plumed Serpent of Meso-American mythology, superimposed over Ray's painting of the Aztec mother goddess Coatlique.

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China Basin Mural

Amazingly enough, this was a non-permissioned wall that Andy Schoultz and I worked on all day long for a couple of weeks with very little trouble from anyone. We were stretching our wings at this point, and for me in particular this was a watershed wall on which I first started to realize the potential of this monstrous style I had synthesized out of comics, grafitti, muralism and collage. As a joke, and to make the project look legit, we painted a ‘thank you’ to the Andy Warhol Foundation in the credit box. A year later I was doing a project at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles that really was supported by the Warhol Foundation.

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Generator Mural:

Our follow up to China Basin. This mural got a lot of favorable response in SF. It’s still there as of this writing, but it won’t survive much longer, as we used the old decayed off white paint as our background and only prepped the areas that we painted. We had a very ramshackle aesthetic going on at that point. I soon became much more precious about my surfaces.

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