warning: shameless self-promotion

the boys in marketing insisted i post this, so… ahem.  before tumbling head-first into the wonderful world of blogging, i managed to accomplish a fair amount of painting.  what does this have to do with the orchestra?  well, this past year i only managed to squeeze out one sizable canvas – not surprisingly, it was inspired by a composer whose work the oregon symphony performed last season (bohuslav martinů, in case you’re curious).  i’m excited to announce this new painting (along with lots of others that aren’t selling so well in my second bedroom) are currently showing at a kick-ass downtown boutique, complete with an official opening one week from today on first thursday.  if you’re in the ‘hood, i ask you: why not stop in?  it’s shaping up to be a genuine par-tay.  i might even try on tight jeans and pout for you.  just sayin’.

radish underground – 414 sw 10th avenue – portlandia, 97205

first thursday – march 3rd – yours truly will be there 6-9pm

alright, enough from me.  get out there and enjoy snowpocalypse 2011!


3 Responses to “warning: shameless self-promotion”

  1. 1 Christa Wessel February 24, 2011 at 8:36 am

    As the proud owner of a Classical Beaver original, I can only hope that this exhibition raises not only your cache but also the value of the painting in my living room.

    Congratulations! 🙂

  2. 2 Dan Rasay February 24, 2011 at 11:42 am

    Will stop by! Do you have a portfolio online?

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