I’m in a group show tonight with about 50 other East Bay artists at Nielsen Arts on Solano Avenue in Berkeley.
I’m working on a new butterfly-the gulf fritillary. This orange took two passes through the press to get the color vibrant on the black paper. These are going to be my first two sided butterfly, with two colors on the underside of the wings with 3 on top. Hopefully I’ll be able to start cutting […]
I’m in this art show over at Somar bar on Telegraph in Oakland, CA. I made a new painting for it and have some skeleton screen prints and a few butterfly collages. Great work as well by the artists linked below. The Modern Animist honors our oneness by illustrating our connection to both nature and […]
Join me at Artbeats! Artbeats is an art and performance spectacle at the historic Pier 70 building in San Francisco’s Dogpatch neighborhood on September 26th – 28th, 2014.
My studio, along with many other artists will be open 11-6 at Faultline Artspace in Oakland. 815 High street.
Framework March 13th- April 12th, Reception Saturday March 15th 6-10pm Framework event page on Facebook Work by these Faultline Artspace studio artists; ESK-Evan WIlson, Yosiell Lorenzo, Janis Anton, Felicia Ann, Leisel Whitlock, David Polka, Madeleine Tonzi, Felicia Gabaldon, Ryan McJunkin, Mario Navasero, Charles Valoroso, Veronica D. Orozco, Kristi Holohan, Mark Haven Britt, Nicole Santucci, Lee […]
Dead creosote at Joshua Tree National Park. Acrylic on canvas painting. -Ryan McJunkin- via Tumblr
Heart of Darkness Mangrove swamp in the Everglades screen print on black paper see it in my shop via Tumblr
Printed these last night, experimental single pull screen prints on black paper. Playing with color symmetry, second printing attempt. Better results this time, more variation with better control. More coming! -Ryan McJunkin on tumblr
‘Out Past Curfew’ screen print on black paper -Ryan McJunkin- via Tumblr
I did this painting in school 10 years ago. It’s based on the Caravaggio painting titled ‘Judith Beheading Holofernes‘ I’m working on an updated version for a painting and one for a super complex screen print on wood panel. This one is still one of my favorites. It’s poured acrylic with oil paint on canvas. […]