Wednesday, December 19, 2018
Saturday, September 19, 2015
I love this one. Lime green glitter and soft red design. This one wasn't planned. It was improvised and I think it came out rather deliciously. I love when art just happens. It now lives in a gallery in Houston.
Here, above, is the strange baby cousin to the other Russian language records. It is 7-inches in diameter, just like a regular 45 rpm record. But the inner label and spindle hole are the size of a 12-inch LP. Weird and neat! You don't see that everyday.
This was called "Say it Correctly in Russian." Well, okay.
This record used to be Roger Williams' Songs of the Fabulous Fifties. It featured the songs: Mister Sandman, Mona Lisa, Goodnight Irene, and Love is a Many-Splendored Thing.
This teal and brown paisley record went to live, appropriately, with a man who really loves oldies radio.
Friday, September 18, 2015
This is one of my favorites. It was painted as an anniversary present for my good friends, Amy and Tiger.
It lives in Los Angeles. Wanna see it close up? Sure you do.
Syntonic Research, Inc. Environments 10. Side 1: English Meadow:
"Bird should be heard, as if from a distance. Rushing water should just barely be heard."
(*Fun Rachro fact: My mother used to listen to this sort of ambient, biofeedback-ey, sound effect stuff, back in the 70's. She also had a record with whales talking, and swore that she could understand them. Oh......you hippies...)
ANYWAY, this record has gone to live with a newlywed couple, several states away.
The record above was formerly the Warner Brothers soundtrack to The Towering Inferno.
Whoever owned it previously circled the side number and the track entitled, "An Architect's Dream."
We may never know why...
This orange and teal 10-inch, green glitter beauty is the sister to the other Russian language record on this page.
Wednesday, January 14, 2015
This is one of 2 fun records that I painted for a super-cool lady in Canada. She loves 80's pop, and also loves Sir Elton John. Presenting: Tumbleweed Connection in blue.
Tuesday, September 9, 2014
Some of my records are being shown in an installation at the Hillman City Collaboratory through the month of September, via the courtesy of Backstreet Bazaar, and my friend, the fantastic artist and muralist, Mr. Jake Millett. Thanks, y'all! The other art being shown is incredible, and I'm honored to be included with such impressive work.