Tuesday, July 10, 2012


Pop-Neto by Jason Dryg
Pop-Neto, a photo by Jason Dryg on Flickr.
This was the painting I did for the "Villians" show a while back. Obviously, it didn't sell. I like it.

Pug Yin Yang

Pug Yin Yang by Jason Dryg
Pug Yin Yang, a photo by Jason Dryg on Flickr.
Here's little sketch I did using using ink made by Rich Spelker. He was down the hall from The Local 303 at 1890 Bryant. He is hardcore. He makes ink like they did in the olden days. Not fifty years ago, like hundreds of years ago. You can check out his process here. And I realize that my drawing't truly showcase his beautiful ink, but that's on me.


Saturday, July 7, 2012

Up at The Way Out

Up at the Way Out by Jason Dryg
Up at the Way Out, a photo by Jason Dryg on Flickr.
Just hung a bunch of my art at The Way Out Cafe, just in time for "Waffles at the Way Out". The Way Out Cafe is a coffee shop owned and operated by my friends Debby and Greg. Every Sunday from 10-2 a guest Dee-Jay will spin all manner of musical madness to which you can consume delicious waffles made by local musical legends Russell Quan and Greg Lowery. I even played records there once and intend to again. But for now, my art is there. I think that's pretty cool. Thanks Way Out Cafe.

Friday, July 6, 2012

The Bat Tiki painted.

  by Jason Dryg
, a photo by Jason Dryg on Flickr.
First carving since the great finger slice of 2012. My neighbor Dean is obsessed with Batman and his passion has totally refreshed my fondness for the caped crusader. I would have loved to do this sans paint. But, the carving was choppy and I couldn't sand out some of the over-cuts, so I painted. I fear it will be hard to part with this one.

Monday, July 2, 2012

Bat Tiki

Bat Tiki by Jason Dryg
Bat Tiki, a photo by Jason Dryg on Flickr.

Carving is fun! every time I do one, I learn a new trick.