I haven't had much time to update and or just to poke around with my blog lately. I guess I'm really bad at this. It is just so hard trying to type everything and keep up with the fast-paced internet life. Honestly, I prefer explaining everything in person or having that first-hand experience. I am sure everyone agrees to that. If you don't, then buy me an ice cream sandwich. 

Anyway, it has been a long and busy run for August. Most of my time, I was doing a lot of prep work for my solo show. Not to mention that it was my very first and, I must say, I had a good time. It felt really good talking to people about my work, though, I would have never thought that my work was going to get that much importance. It certainly gave me more motivation to keep making work and its the only thing I know. The show will be up till the end of September at Imperial Fine Arts Gallery/Imperial Performing Arts Theatre.

Here are some photos from the show:
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Sam, Mati, Myself, Congressman Pete Olsen and his wife, Edward Crowell and Robyn Miller. (photo courtesy of Shannon Langman Photography)
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Family and friends!
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Ray Rajabi and his wife!
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Imperial Arts Gallery in Sugarland.
There are so many people to thank for this success! You know who you are! Thank you!!!! Most especially, the people who purchased work --haha! Thank you!

Many things many things. I'm going to back track here. But before all that:

 - The Art Sandwiches have work that is currently displayed at Cafe Brasil. The show is curated by Cody Ledvina of The Joanna
- Yeasty 2 is coming out soon. Watch out! We're keeping our fingers crossed about getting Domy to sell them. 
- Group show at the Marriot Hotel in Katy, Texas on September 23.
- The show at Dallas was moved to November. It is organized/curated by Lauren Woods. 

BACKTRACKKKKKKK

Many Mini Residency:
Yes, I was given the opportunity to participate in the Many Mini Residency which happened at Sky Dive Art Space in Houston. 

Here's the USTREAM of my time spent there:

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White Washing.
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The finished painting. Grey prevails!
 


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