Due to circumstances beyond our control,
all audio files have been perhaps permanently removed. Apparently there were some issues involving the huge numbers of people from all over the globe downloading, listening to & enjoying our finely crafted audiograms. As soon as we locate a more amenable hosting service you will be notified in this space. We apologize for the massive disruptions this will cause all across the country...

Hard at work as unusual... a finished commissioned piece about losing and regaining one's mind... click for more paintings.

Hard at work

In other news...

We present:

The Oddiotorium.

Now in its second year, the doors to the Oddiotrium are opened every second and fourth Friday and remain open from midnight to two a.m... The sounds that eminate are broadcast live on KRCB FM. That is to say really Saturday morning, if you know what I mean.

There will of course be a webular simulcast at krcb.org

You may experience samples of our previous collaboratory efforts in the audiotory vein on the Audioidiodicies Page here.

Animal Nature newish Henry Crucifixion

 

There's nothing new in the world of Art!!!

Therefore we will make what was old new again!

That's right -- wine labels. Through the grace and majesty of Kings Hill Cellars, perched high atop a windswept hill between the Napa and Sonoma Valleys where the magic of grapecraft unfurls its crimson-stained banner with an unjaundiced eye and a practiced hand, we have been crafting our own various juices of the fruits of the vines for which also having to have made labels to give a better understanding of the liquid...

Unfortunately you can't buy any of this fine wine in quality boutiques throughout the world; you'll just have to come & visit...

bottles

Click away on the above to see all the handcrafted labelry-- front and back...

 

There are also, of course, beer paintings to consider. "It takes a lot of beer to make good wine" goes the adage, and we struggle to live up to and embody the spirit of the spirit, so to speak. So dig it if you can.... There is still one more Beer Painting to go for Woodyatt Station. Or is it two? Well anyhow, dig it while you can.

Here is the Six Daemon Spiced Ale painting:

Tumultuous Uproar Jack of the Green


And now an aging feature incorporating all the excitement and fantastical high-handedness you've come to expect...

the Drawing(s) of the Month! (see them all!)

 
 
Maybe there's some thing new here...

2.12.07

4.27.07

4.28.07

4.29.07

I swear I have been drawing and I'll try & put some things up to view someday...

  More Old Art

 

 

Look at ancient random art school drawings and a variety of various things?

LINKS

Exhibit at Frame of Mind in Forestville, Calif.

 

 

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Monkey Pool
 
Or Monkey Pool?

Still lifey kinda stuff...

Listen to some of our radio show mixes live from the past free for your lengthy download.

Sample

 

... or a series of no longer secret Beer Paintings Beer Paintings
Bio Thing
 Still Lifes
And for a partially crafted biography, look here

Below are pages from a book of drawings I put together. I have one (1) left, but I should probably send it to my ex-wife, to whom many of these "drawings" were at the time dedicated. $40. You will regret it for the rest of your life if you do not buy one... this is your last chance.

Selections from "MyopticVisions (or My First Midlife Crisis)"

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You have missed the ill-fated 2 day exhibition (Mar 11-13) at the "Slice of Life" in Sebastopol.

Apparently it is a damn thin slice of life at this vegan eatery. This hanging, though expected to malinger for a couple months, was cut short due to the adverse reaction of the clientele and the owner of the restauraunt. We apologize for any inconvenience caused... (more)


Drop me a line & tell me all about it. Won't you?
 Send me a word...

Of course all these drawings, paintings et alius are copyright Tom Payne 1990-2009.

updated March 6, 2009