Somewhere between my "carny" dad and the Elvis shrine my mom
built, I arrived
appropriately here. Fascinated and inspired by
Neon lights, Mythology,
Around 2004, I decided to leave the cubicle and run away with
the circus. I didn't learn to swallow swords, but I did get
serious about painting while working with the family carnival.
My experiences finally came together while on an American road
trip, the neon lights, roadside oddities, and kitschy American
culture beckoned me. They tell a tale conjoined to my own and I
love every bit of it.
Allow me be the first to welcome you to this Mythological
Sideshow, where extraordinary creatures and their stories come
ALIVE. My wish is for you to laugh, to gasp and to find a
familiar sensation in each beautiful tragedy. Please delight
your eyes in this menagerie of
life's most mysterious tales.
I've available for commissioned performer banners as well. I've
recently finished a
Commission for "Reverend Wolf", a Sword
swallowing, Fire eating "geek" extraordinaire.
Here's to making
Find me at
Living Half-Girl. Karawan's struggle between Shadow and Ego.
36x28in Canvas Banner. 2009
Threshold. 5x7in Black and White Intaglio. 2009
Reverend Wolf. 4x4 ft Canvas Banner. 2009
Giant Cyclops Baby. Absolute and Relative Truths. 48x36in Canvas
Fat Cleo. 48x36in Canvas Banner. 2008
Biobeast. Half Croc Half Bear. 48x36in Canvas Banner. 2008
Pynixa as a Fire Eating Busker. 12x12in Canvas. 2008
Conjoined Lovers. In love, but did they have a choice? 36x48in
Canvas Banner. 2008
All images courtesy
Vieira - posted on Sideshow World with his express
permission - copyright
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