Good news and bad news

Hey guys, so things have gotten pretty busy for me lately. Mostly with personal stuff. I'm creating lots more original creatures that will be added to the store section. It's all part of getting ready for next year's Monsterpalooza. I also have a fine art show coming up in just a couple weeks. I've been accepted into the Beverly Hills Affaire in the Gardens Art Show once again. This makes it six years for me. I'll be at booth number 259 this coming 16th and 17th of October. I plan on doing some on site sculpting (probably a portrait head) while I'm there, so if you're in the Southern California area that weekend, stop on by and say Hi.

Because of all this work, I haven't had the time to give to the blog. This blog, with all the interviews and various art posts has been a lot of fun for me, but it's almost a full time job in and of itself. I've a couple interviews lined up and I hope to bring you more. I also want to have some discussions about art, sculpture, pop culture and more. But that all takes a little planning and time to write so for a very brief while, the blog will be on hiatus. I just need to get through a couple weeks of a mad work schedule, then I'll get right back on the horse.

In the meantime, I'd be glad to take on some guest bloggers. Any of you guys that have something on your mind, but just don't have a place to share it - let's talk, and see if we can get you on here. If you have your own blog but would like to write something about art, sculpture, pop culture, or whatever - just send me an e-mail with your idea and we'll see about getting it up on this site.

Thanks to all of you who stop by every Monday morning, it really means a lot to me that you support what I've been doing. Thanks to all those who have had such nice things to say, and have been so encouraging about the blog, it really helps to keep me going on this. And finally, thanks to all those who have stopped by the store and picked up your own copy (or two) of my sculpts. That's what really keeps this thing going, as it makes it possible for me to continue to do what I love doing.