This is some good stuff!!! Can't wait to see what comes up next. -the burg
Keep Up the great work!
You suck and so does your stuff, i hate you ALOT AND you cant work on bikes and you almost killed 25000 people on the MS150 ....good luck in the Future
andy is a stoopid face! i think your art is AMAZING!
Man I didn't know you were all that! Great work. My mom, oldest bro, sister are all survivers of the big C. My dad died, but beat cancer and blew a hose (Anurism aorta). He was 74 and never an old man. He told me 2 weeks before he died "I can do anything today that I could 50 years ago, just a little slower and a little less". He was lucky to go as he did. Thanks for fixing my trike. Later, Ben
Wow!!! your work is beautiful.
Corona & Kenyon J.
Hey Dannye, thanks for the card and for sharing you inspiration on a few of your pieces. You’ve got some really unbelievable stuff here. I really love your oils with the nature stuff. The “Blossom” in particular. You should check out Dan McCarthy. He does wonderful nature stuff. Mostly trees and vines.
“Music Maker J.P.III” is another one of my favorites. I’d really like to see it up close and know the story behind it. The photo you have here is way too small to do it justice.
All your multi-panel works are great. I love the way you put the exercise bike on several different backgrounds (jerseys). It’s got a real nostalgic feel to it. I’d like to see it with other backgrounds. Maybe even some backgrounds that are obviously more modern.
I think my favorite of all is the Obama on the cutting board. Not because of any particular “cutting” significance but because you took this common thing that everyone has and is totally desensitized by, and you put this image that evokes a powerful feeling that means something completely different to everyone that looks at it.
You gotta try doing a few concert art posters. I think you’d be a great candidate for it. Today I thought I heard you mention something about screen printing. Look into it. I’d totally collect that . . . ! Stay cool forever - Jason
Beautiful! It is amazing to walk through life and not truly "know" the people you interact with. I had no idea of the depth of your thoughts. Thanks for everything...fixing the bike and the pleasure of seeing your wonderful work
Beautiful Web-Site man! Very professional. Clean and orderly. Your web-master really knows his/her stuff...oh, and the art is good too :)
This is Mr. "Ken Lay YMCA" from the bike store. Are you self taught? Can I pass your website to the director of the University Museum at TSU? They do some exhibits that focus on H-town talent, self taught talent, et cetera.
Love your work...I was Monte's sutdent years ago. He is a great teacher and I also paint...not professionally but I'm satisfied by my friends comments.