Double Reverse Cowgirl

gouache on paper
5x3.5 in

Painting for our current exhibition at Bold Hype Gallery.

This painting is available: $175
Contact the gallery if you are interested in it.

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Our new dinnerware is now available!

ClickforArt has just released a full set of kozyndan Bunny Blossom Dinnerware!  They came out beautiful!

You can get them from ClickforArt now!

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Exhibiting at PULSE LA Art Fair

Angelinos! We will be exhibiting of our works from this year with Narwhal Gallery at this year's PULSE LA Art Fair which opens today at Downtown Live. It runs till October 3rd.  I walked through the fair and there is some really beautiful work for sale, so come cehck it out!

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Breaching Humpback Whale

Dan started this in his travel moleskine on the flight from Auckland to LAX, on the way back from our trip to Tonga. Obviously still under the spell of the humpback whales off Vava'u.

The scientific name for the baleen whales is mysticetes. Damn right, MYSTIC!

Check out photos from our trip to Tonga to swim with humpback whales HERE.

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Uprisings on Lauren

A beautiful interpretation done by Ren Sakurai from Albatross Tattoo in Portland OR.

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What a Man Thinks About...

Well what DAN thinks about anyway...

Why IS that though? And why are humans the only mammal whose females have enlarged breasts?

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New archival prints available through Outré Gallery

Outré Gallery has released 2 new limited edition giclee prints from our recent show "Washed Away" at their galleries. "Nepeta cataria" and "Tossed" are both editions of 80 signed and numbered giclee prints on Somerset watercolor paper.  Contact Outré Gallery to purchse either of these prints.


"Napeta cateria"
digital archival print

AU$275 + shipping



archival giclee print

AU$340 + shipping

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Ambonya Morning

November 9, 2010 We were in a very isolated place. Tourists don't come to Ambon much I don't think. Even divers don't come to this silty sandy trash strewn bay for the most part. We were her with a group of underwater photographers though who appreciated the muck diving in the bay of Ambon for the treasures it held - tiny beautiful creatures that are hard to spot on a coral reef, but easy enough to spot crawling across the sand or sitting on an empty paint can in 10 feet of water.

The little dive resort we were staying at had no internet and no TVs and i wake up early mostly, so I found a lot of time to draw. This morning I just watched the sun coming over the mountains on the opposite side of the bay and drew what i saw.

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