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I will have one illustration published in another soon to released book, ‘The Age of Saints. An illustrated guide to the Saints of Wales’ written by Peter Anthony Freeman from Llanelli, Wales and published by A Raven Above Press.

The theme for this particular book is on Welsh saints. Each artist who participated was asked to pick a Welsh saint from a list. I chose to do Saint Cadoc.

This book debut at the Los Angeles St. David’s Day Festival-National Day of Wales event. It’ll take place March 1st, 2014, with a book release party the same day.

Here’s a clip of the illustration done of Saint Cadoc. Didn’t post the entire illo, cause after all, I want you to check out the book. Think of it as a sneek preview.

Preview of Saint Cadoc illustration to be published in the forthcoming book,

Preview of Saint Cadoc illustration to be published in the forthcoming book, ‘The Age of Saints. An illustrated guide to the Saints of Wales’ written by Peter Anthony Freeman from Llanelli, Wales and published by A Raven Above Press, 2014. Art by Michele Witchipoo.

 

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Received my copy of “The Children’s Voice: A Definitive Collection of Welsh Nursery Rhymes” today. Published by A Raven Above Press and written by Peter Anthony Freeman, the book features over 27 different artists from the U.S. and Wales. I’m proud to have contributed to this project.

The book debuted on March 3rd, 2013 at the Los Angeles St. David’s Day Festival – National Day of Wales (Dydd Gwyl Dewi Sant, Los Angeles – Diwrnod Cenedlaethol Cymru,) taking place at the Barnsdall Art Park in Los Angeles, California.

At the moment you can order the book through this link:

http://www.alibris.com/booksearch?qsort=p&isbn=098504473X&siteID=GwEz7vxblVU-JTnW3HV.KGKZ9qLqfmC53g&_ptid=GwEz7vxblVU-JTnW3HV.KGKZ9qLqfmC53g&cm_mmc=affiliates-_-na-_-GwEz7vxblVU-_-na

Book cover for the upcoming release "The Children's Voice: The Definitive Collection of Welsh Nursery Rhymes." To be published by A Raven Above Press

Book cover for “The Children’s Voice: The Definitive Collection of Welsh Nursery Rhymes.” Published by A Raven Above Press

A big thank you goes to Lorin Morgan-Richards for making this possible.

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Just a quick update here. At the moment I have an illustration posted on the Vice Magazine website. You can check out the article, written by John Reed here:

The Golden Age of The Cockroach

Also, I will have an illustration printed in the forthcoming book The Children’s Voice: A Definitive Collection of Welsh Nursery Rhymes to be published by A Raven Above Press. The book, featuring a variety of many talented artists, will be available come spring. It will be released in conjunction with the Los Angeles St. David’s Day Festival on March 3rd, 2013. Details about the book itself forthcoming.

Book cover for the upcoming release "The Children's Voice: The Definitive Collection of Welsh Nursery Rhymes." To be published by A Raven Above Press

Book cover for the upcoming release “The Children’s Voice: The Definitive Collection of Welsh Nursery Rhymes.” To be published by A Raven Above Press. Cover image by Robert Karr.

 

 

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Wow, it’s been a while since I’ve posted. Busy is an understatement.

We are now two days into the year 2012. If you believe the hype, supposedly there’s something called the 2012 Mayan Prophecy. Okay, whatever. While I respect the ancient Mayan culture, I seriously doubt doomsday is gonna come on the winter solstice of December 21, 2012 AD. I think what will happen is a shift in world consciousness. To what degree remains to be seen. The end of the world itself, however…not gonna happen. The rapture, Mayan end dates, reptiles, Armageddon, apocalypse, or whatever – ain’t gonna happen.

Oh, and btw, I don’t do the New Year’s resolution bit either. I prefer to make promises I can keep.

The past year of 2011 itself was an interesting year. More like a roller coaster of sorts. A few episodes of the Shitty Mickey webcomic I work with writer John Reed is were posted up. Had my artwork exhibited in both New York and Los Angeles. I self-published another mini-issue of Psycho Bunny, which debuted at MoCCA Art Fest 2011. Sent something to the June 2011 Hyperallergic mail art show which got exhibited along with many other artists. My piece for the “Necessary Discomforts”/Christian Death/Rozz Williams tribute art show back in late 2010, was published 2011 in Gothic Beauty magazine issue # 33 (although uncredited). Besides self-publishing, an illustration of mine was published in the book “A Welsh Alphabet” by A Raven Above Press. That same illustration was exhibited in September at The 2011 West Coast Eisteddfod: Welsh Festival of Arts, located at Barnsdall Art Park in Hollywood, California. Oh, and I got asked to vote on some comicbook award. Cool, huh?

What sidetracked me somewhat though, was school. Still continuing with college, which I love. So far I’ve been on the Dean’s List twice. That was a very stark contrast to my high school days. What a difference time makes.

What really captured me was the Occupy Wall Street movement. Looking back from September 17th, 2011, I’m surprised it didn’t happen a lot sooner. In between school breaks, I would visit Zuccotti Park a few times and from my observations, the protesters were sincere and peaceful. I took some photographs of the protest for the school paper, but it was more than just a news opportunity. It was a passionate plea for change, and for a brief moment, it took mainstream attention away from crappy reality television, like Kim Kardashian’s ass of a wedding.  Whether for or against, it woke people the hell up about what was really happening, as opposed to the alcohol content in Snooki’s body. Even if it was for a short time. My last comment about “occupy” is that it won’t be an outdated word, not to be uttered in 2012. That’s nowhere near the truth, and fuck you CNN for even saying that.

Hopefully I’ll get to post a more detailed blog about my feelings towards the Occupy movement. Not now, for I’ll only ramble and digress.

On a personal note, I’ve learned to cook really well. As a semi-vegetarian (no beef, chicken or pork, but I’ll have dairy and some types of seafood), my most recent dish was salmon with tomato bearnaise. Which was very delicious indeed. Very happy that Beavis and Butthead was brought back to television. Was hoping that it would kick Jersey Shore off the air, but no such luck. Oh, and I’ve been on this Marc Almond kick lately. Can’t explain it – just happened one misty morning, and it hasn’t stopped since.

So far I think I’ll be exhibiting in two local NYC shows, but details haven’t been confirmed yet. Just keep checking back for when and where. There’s going to be a few surprises too, but I’m not laying out all my cards on the table. Not just yet.

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Next weekend, if you’re going to be in the Los Angeles area, check out the 2011 West Coast Eisteddfod: Welsh Festival of Arts.

Flyer for the 2011 West Coaist Eisteddfod show.

http://www.aravenabovepress.com/

http://events.la.com/los-angeles-ca/events/show/174058765-2011-west-coast-eisteddfod-welsh-festival-of-arts

The illustration I did for the forthcoming book “A Welsh Alphabet” will be on exhibit during this event. September 23, 2011 will also be the release date of the book itself, to make its debut at the the 2011 West Coast Eisteddfod festival.

Forthcoming book "A Welsh Alphabet" to be published by A Raven Above Press, 2011.

You can order your own copy of the book from Amazon.com after September 23 here

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One of my illustrations will be published in a forthcoming book, to be released by A Raven Above Press.

The title of the book is “A Welsh Alphabet” based on Welsh mythology. Put together by artist, curator, writer, poet, and musician Lorin Morgan-Richards, the book will feature art in a variety of styles by various artists/illustrators. “A Welsh Alphabet” is going to be released in conjunction with the 2011 West Coast Eisteddfod festival, taking place in the Los Angeles area next month. If you’re going to be in the L.A. area, remember to save the dates for this Welsh Arts Festival: September 23-25.

Forthcoming book "A Welsh Alphabet" to be published by A Raven Above Press, 2011. Book design & cover by Jen Delyth.

Seek preview to the Amazon book site

To purchase tickets for the 2011 West Coast Eisteddfod Festival

A Raven Above Press

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My illustration is going to be published, alongside other amazing artists in the “A Welsh Alphabet” book, printed by A Raven Above Press.

The same illustration will also be shown in the 2011 Welsh Mythology and Legend Art Show in Hollywood, California. The art show is in conjunction with the 2011 West Coast Eisteddfod Welsh Festival of Arts.

The Meriwether Lewis Memorial Eisteddfod Foundation in Association with AmeriCymru and A Raven Above Press present the 2011 West Coast Eisteddfod: Welsh Festival of Arts, on September 23-25th, 2011 at the Barnsdall Art Park in Los Angeles. The festival will include open competitions in poetry, voice, comedy, performance art, and storytelling. The festival will accompany an art show, film screenings, lecture and marketplace!

More details forthcoming. In other words, stay tuned!

Flyer for the 2011 West Coaist Eisteddfod show.

The Meriwether Lewis Memorial Eisteddfod Foundation
The West Coast Eisteddfod
americymru
WelshFestival
http://www.lorinrichards.com/

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Check it out; the Rozz Williams tribute event, “Necessary Discomforts” was featured in Gothic Beauty magazine! Issue # 33 is on sale now. This show I had an illustration exhibited, titled “Rozz.”

Cover of Gothic Beauty magazine,issue # 33. There's an article about the Rozz Williams tribute show, which I had an illustration exhibited.

Everyone that loves Rozz Williams should pick up issue #33 of Gothic Beauty Magazine. Major feature story on ‘Necessary Discomforts: An Artistic Tribute to Rozz Williams’ curated by A Raven Above Press at the Hyaena Gallery. If you don’t get it in your neighborhood, demand it of your local bookstore. Not to be missed!

When I was in high school, I was so immersed in the Goth subculture. Used to read stuff like Propaganda magazine. So many years later, I still can’t believe that an exhibit, in which I had artwork displayed, made it to a publication like Gothic Beauty. An awesome feeling indeed.

You can order your own copy here:
http://www.gothicbeauty.com/gothic_beauty_latest_news/pre_order_issue_33_3083.html

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For those who can’t attend the Necessary Discomforts show in Burbank, California, you can always buy the artwork online here:

http://www.hyaenagallery.com/rozz.html

My piece, “Rozz” along with other artists, are now available for purchase.

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Usually I do not sell my originals. Prior to this show in L.A., I held on to all my originals. The only exception was with Tales of Woe, because three of the six illustrations I had done for the book were large in size. I’ll do commissions, but as for for illustration originals, those I keep.

For the Necessary Discomforts show in Los Angeles, there will be a one of a kind piece I’ve created just for this exhibit. Starting tomorrow you can see my illustration on display, along with other great artists over at the Hyena Gallery. Oh, and it’s also for sale. So if you’re looking for “rare” Witchipoo art, this would be the perfect opportunity. Since I can’t be there in person (school), this would be the next best thing. Actually, even better.

"Rozz." Done October 2010. Mediums: pen, ink, ink wash and watercolor. Edges were hand-burned to give it a little bit of that old school Death Rock/Goth touch. Framed. For sale at the Necessary Discomforts (An Artistic Tribute To Rozz Williams), taking place at the Hyena Gallery in Los Angeles, California. Artist: Michele Witchipoo.

The Necessary Discomforts exhibit will be on display from November 12 – November 14 2010. Opening reception: Saturday, November 13th, 2010. Time: 8pm-midnight. Address: 1928 W. Olive Blvd., Burbank, California. There will be an official after-show party at Bar Sinister.

Revised/Updated Flyer For Unnecessary Discomforts (Artistic Tribute To Rozz Williams) Event

http://www.rozznet.com/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rozz_Williams
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christian_Death

http://www.hyaenagallery.com/
http://www.lorinrichards.com/aravenabovepress.html
http://pinealeye.com/2010/11/01/rozz-williams-tribute-exhibition-at-hyaena-gallery/

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