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Red Fracture at The Cambridge Mayor's Celebration of the Arts

An update about the Mayor's Celebration in Cambridge, Ontario and the artworks of mine you'll see when you go. You are going, right?

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The Genesis of Ideas

Hi All! I get asked A LOT; "Where do you get your ideas?" As cliched as it is in pop culture to see that question asked in movies or tv shows, in reality I hear it ALL the time and of course...I expect it. My work is not what you would expect to see on regular display in a local arts festival so I get a lot of really enthusiastic fans asking me about my process. I'll be honest with you, I can't always say where my ideas come from. Sometimes they are culled from dreams. Sometimes they are from a confabulation...

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Red Fracture Gets Into T-Shirt Giveaways!

Hi All! I wanted to update you about something new I'm doing here on Red Fracture. FREE T-SHIRTS! Yep. You read that right. There is a catch though...(of course) That is, the t-shirts will be free every time that I bring a new design to print and I'm going to be doing the giveaway on Instagram. I just tried my first giveaway at the beginning of February for this new design, "Touched by the Cosmic Creator": It's actually based on a pumpkin drawing that I drew up quite a while back when I was experimenting with grey scale markers. I liked...

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New Print - La Petite Mort

The thoughts and processes behind the creation of La Petite Mort, the painting that created this print.

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New Print - The Octo Pumpkin

Hi All! Red Fracture is proud to announce that there is a new print available in the shop, The Octo Pumpkin! The Inspiration This painting came about as a reaction to a previous piece, one that was painted very small, and very sloppy and that I really didn't care for at all, except for the character itself. This was at a time when I was still using canvas and was still fighting with its texture to achieve the look I wanted. This was one of the reasons I got into airbrushing to begin with. The original, 8" x 8" painting....

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