Monday, March 14, 2011


Enjoy the professional -looking site. A more appropriate place for my artwork.

Sunday, March 13, 2011

Museum Exhibition

First time showing in a museum. 400 submissions; 57 were accepted into the exhibit; 10 of the 57 got a cash prize. I was included, HURRAY!:

Thursday, February 17, 2011

Flyer I did.

Check out this flyer I did for my friend's show:

Thursday, December 2, 2010

Portrait of a Nuclear Family

Zooey (Acrylic, Ink and Graphite on Paper - Spring 2010)

Dad (Acrylic, Ink and Graphite on Paper - Spring 2010)

Portrait of a Nuclear Family is a series inspired by the novel written by J.D. Salinger titled 'Franny & Zooey'. Displaying a dysfunction within a traditional nuclear family (Mother, Father and Children). The series isn't an exact representation of the novel, I simply used it as an inspiration of dysfunction.

Monday, November 29, 2010

Brain Works

(Acrylic, String and Collage on Canvas - Fall 2010)

Please Buy My Imitation Caviar $4000. (NFS)

Please Buy My Imitation Caviar $4000 (Acrylic and Ink on Canvas - Spring 2010)

This is a painting I created during Spring of these year. It is inspired by poverty and having had several friends whom lived in homes with their mattresses on the floor and living in roach infested apartments. I wanted to bring up the conversation between money and art in my painting, thus the idea of placing a price tag within the title. Of course the price in the title is static and will never go up or down in value. I bring up the irony of imitation caviar, while caviar is known to be a high-class delicacy. The title is to sound begging, for something that isn't worth that much.

Friday, June 4, 2010

Art Market in April (Photographs)

Open Art Market at One Colorado was quite enjoyable, tasting a slight bit of success. Just about my whole table ended up being empty at the end of the day. This was the first time where I had more than 1 piece of art frame.

The day was quite cloudy remembering it. But, that didn't stop tons of people dropping by to Pasadena to check out the new stuff that the students from both PCC and Art Center had to show. Thanks to all those who came.

Sunday, May 30, 2010

Asian Adventure

I did a piece based on my Philippine Experience:

Pedicab Ride (Sumi ink wash on paper - Spring 2010)

Friday, May 14, 2010

Christopher's Sketchbook, My Sketches.

A summer ago, a great friend of mine who has been through a lot with me made a visit. We did a lot of fun stuff together, such as beaching it and some partying socializing things. We had a lot of fun for a week's stay. More importantly, he left his sketchbook in my car on accident, before departing for Buffalo, New York. Fortunately, as good friends are, he gave me the permission to draw in the sketchbook that had previously been used as a song writing book. I took the pleasure and here are the drawings:

Bag Heads

Statue of Virgin Mary

Sunday, May 9, 2010

Completed (Finally!)

Hip Love (Mixed Media on Canvas)

Energy and soul are the main drivers of this piece. I wanted to make sure there was a flavor of both and no mistaking it. Somewhat hypnotic with a sense of a blender filled with LSD explode everywhere. Love enraptured, literally hippy? Maybe not, but definitely with a hippy essence or hippy rule book (or lack thereof).

Monday, April 26, 2010

In The Making

A few pieces in mid creation, both taking a lot of time to finish. Especially the one on top. I feel I might be tired of any representation of circles after the top piece is completed. Even the O's in my cereal.

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Spare Time.

Sponge Like (Ink and Charcoal on Paper Spring 2010)

Art about Brains and the cells that inhabit them. My piece was a response to Gary Panter's artwork and my Brain's ability to store the information that his work portrays.

Sunday, April 4, 2010

Present State of Art Awareness

I take it, you haven't guessed that a lot of these pieces have been created prior to this blog, as any true artist (at least in my opinion) should have had created some what of a body of artwork prior to any blog conception, which is the reason for my delay in my conception of a blog. Please don't mistake this as artist's arrogance, but simply common sense. I'd hate to have stumbled upon a blog of someones artwork, where artwork had yet to be created. The artwork I prepare to show is out of order in date of creation, but I assure you it wouldn't matter anyway, I want them to be perceived as the small body that I created prior to this blog regardless of any disorganization.

Moon Man and Child (Woodcut Reduction Fall 2009)

Call The Fucking Cops! (Woodcut Reduction and Lithograph Fall 2009)

As I lay (Woodcut Reduction Spring 2009)

Baby Boom (Wood Cut Reduction Spring 2009)

Jive Music (Silk Screen Spring 2009)

Overhead (Woodcut Reduction Fall 2009)

Maggot (Woodcut Reduction Spring 2009)

Atomic Survivor (Woodcut Reduction Fall 2009)

A Street Illustration (Pen & Ink Spring 2009)

On A String (Acrylic on Wood Fall 2009)