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Frantic says:

Here are eight paintings that I've started blocking in for the Open Studios Tour next month. This is from my series of children in costume...none of who seem to have wanted their photo taken.

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The following paintings will be in my solo show "Murmuration" at Henry Road, in Studio City, California. If you're interested in any of the pieces below, please contact Paula at Henry Road and she will be happy to help you. She can be contacted by email at info@henryroad.com or by phone (818.762.8966). 

The opening of the show is tomorrow night from 5 until 8 p.m., so if you're in the L.A. area, I hope you can stop by and check out the show! Paula's openings are always a blast and Henry Road is one of my favorite store/galleries on the planet. I will be drunk by 5:30. 

Thanks for checking out the paintings!


  

SOLD The Manly Art Of Faultfinding 
6 x 6 inches
acrylic on wood panel




SOLD The Hypnotic Influence Of Half-Assed Hipsters
10 x 10 inches
acrylic on wood panel






If You Are Looking For Humble And Unpretentious, Look Elsewhere
40 x 30 inches
acrylic on canvas








SOLD Wishing I Had More To Offer Than Good Taste In Storage Solutions
12 x 12 inches
acrylic on wood panel








SOLD Finally Able To Laugh About Almost Dying From The Overdose Of Chloroform
6 x 6 inches
acrylic on wood panel









SOLD I Often Fall Prey To The Popular Fallacy Known As Positive Thinking
10 x 8 inches
acrylic on wood panel








SOLD Perceived Semi-Intoxication Resulting From The Frivolous Misuse 
Of Over-The-Counter Adult Gummy Vitamins
6 x 6 inches
acrylic on wood panel








SOLD Desperately Shoehorning Sexy Vampires Into My Young Adult Novel 
About A Lonely, Self-Taught Ventriloquist
10 x 8 inches
acrylic on wood panel








SOLD The Ballad Of The Dupe That Fell For The Scheme
6 x 6 inches
acrylic on wood panel








The Less Said The Better, But Let's Just Say I Chose My Own Adventure
12 x 6 inches
acrylic on wood panel








SOLD Hummingbird Number 74
18 x 12 inches
acrylic on wood panel








SOLD Hummingbird Number 75
20 x 8 inches
acrylic on wood panel








SOLD Hummingbird Number 73
18 x 12 inches 
acrylic on wood panel









SOLD Hummingbird Number 71
10 x 8 inches
acrylic on wood panel










SOLD Hummingbird(s) Number 72
16 x 16 inches
acrylic on wood panel









SOLD Awkward Encounters With Unmanned Drones
7 x 5 inches
acrylic on wood panel








 
SOLD I Really Have No Right To Complain, But Here Goes
10 x 8 inches
acrylic on wood panel










SOLD Getting Some Accidentally Taken, Out Of Focus Digital Photos Developed At Walgreens, 
Just To Be An Old-Timey Retro Weirdo
8 x 8 inches
acrylic on panel








SOLD The Fireside Book Of Passive Aggressive Bullshit
10 x 8 inches
acrylic on wood panel









SOLD Nothing More Than Another Glistening Example Of Evolution's Keen Engineering
8 x 8 inches
acrylic on wood panel









SOLD The Secret Society Of French-Canadian Girls
16 x 16 inches
acrylic on wood panel








SOLD Things A Boy Can Do With Chemistry That He Most Certainly Should Not
4 x 4 inches
acrylic on wood panel








SOLD A Series Of Simple Trills And Whistles, 
Or A Treatise About The Dangers Of Nanotechnology—You Decide
16 x 16 inches
acrylic on wood panel








SOLD The Confusing World Of Out-Of-State Step-Cousins
7 x 5 inches
acrylic on wood panel








SOLD I Cannot Believe I Was Brought Back From 
The Brink Of Extinction For THIS
10 x 10 inches 
acrylic on wood panel








SOLD Yearning For The Smog-Dulled Sunshine Of My Native Land
8 x 8 inches
acrylic on wood panel







SOLD An Innocent, Unsuccessful Search For The Age Of A B-List Actress 
Sent Me On A Three-Hour Trip Down The Internet Rabbit Hole
8 x 8 inches
acrylic on wood panel








SOLD The Sweet Violence, It Goes Like Wine To My Head
14 x 11 inches
acrylic on wood panel








SOLD This Evening Has Gone Tits-Up In A Spectacular Fashion, 
But I Paid Nine Dollars For This Drink And I Intend To Finish It
6 x 6 inches
acrylic on wood panel










SOLD Riding An Infinite Sugar High
6 x 12 inches
acrylic on wood panel











SOlD The Depraved Immaculates
14 x 14 inches
acrylic on wood panel










SOLD Let Me Tell Some Salty Sea Stories—Well, Less Salty Than Oily, 
But That Is A Whole 'Nother Rage-Filled Rant
24 x 18 inches
acrylic on wood panel











SOLD Nothing Quiets My Nervous Excitement Like 
The Stinging Backhanded Slap Of Reality's Ringed Fingers
12 x 12 inches
acrylic on wood panel










SOLD Overdressed and Underappreciated
36 x 48 inches
acrylic on wood panel










SOLD Trickery And Dark Magic
20 x 18 inches
acrylic on wood panel
antique wood frame (21.5 x 24.75 inches)










SOLD Dubstepping To Dad-Rock
10 x 10 inches
acrylic on wood panel


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Matt is busy in the studio finishing up all the wonderful paintings for his upcoming show Murmuration at Henry Road in Studio City. The show opens on Saturday, June 2, 5-8 p.m. and we'll be there, so stop by and say hi and see the new birds that have come to roost.

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Today I dropped off three paintings at a vacant furniture store in downtown Paso Robles. I know it sounds strange, but it's where the next pop-up art show called Phantom Project sponsored by the San Luis Obispo Museum of Art is being held from May 5 - June 2. It's actually a spectacular, 10,000 square foot space, with an old-fashioned vault on the second level. The opening is Saturday, May 5 from 6 - 9 p.m. and the gallery space is open Fridays & Saturdays 12 - 9 p.m. and Sundays 12 - 6 p.m. I'll be at the opening as well as on Friday, May 11 from noon - 3. 

Here are the three pieces I will have in the show.


Claude, 36" x 36", oil on canvas


Albert, 24" x 24", oil on canvas


The Mourning Doves, 48" x 36", oil on canvas


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Frantic says:

Here is a new painting I just finished. It's the first in a series of paintings I'm doing from a vintage photo I found of a class of children dressed up in adult clothes. The paintings will be debuting this October at the San Luis Obispo Open Studios Tour.

On a side note, Mincy kept calling him Danny, and when I said that I'd named him Tommy, he said I couldn't name him that because he knew a kid in school when he was little named Tommy and he was a jerk. I told him it was my painting and not our child, so he didn't get to help pick the name. This is an example of important arguments we have in the studio.

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