Just in time for Halloween, here is my most recent illustration for the Modern Love Podcast. From the website:
David Chelsea is reading: The Confidence Game: Why We Fall for It . . . Every Time
by Maria Konnikova
“After a divorce, it can feel like the last thing you want to do is revisit the past. But a ritual forced Cindy Chupack to do just that. She writes about it in her essay, “An Ancient Coda to My 21st Century Divorce.” It’s read by Amy Landecker, who is best known for her work in Amazon’s “Transparent.””
Listen to the podcast here.
Also just in time for Halloween, three new spooky black lite paintings done for Janet Penner’s Haunted House, which opens to the public tonight at 6:30. The scary clown, at 4 by 8 feet, is the largest painting I’ve done in forty years, if you don’t count houses:
The Penner House is at 7009 North Portsmouth in the St. Johns neighborhood of Portland. Come on by for a Tootsie Roll, and say hi! I’ll be the one in the eyeball costume.