Get Your Drink On.

These two pieces were created for a group show at the Lunar Boy Gallery, titled “Pink Elephants”. Essentially, the theme was about drinking. I wanted to make something light and limited in palette. Bird Fountain is the blue piece, and Champagne Forest is the pink one.

Top Shelf!

I did this poster for Top Shelf Comix. My friend Brett asked me to make something fun and full of strange characters. It’s great when you get a project that fulfills your need to create a visual party with something functional, like announcing an anniversary. If you love comix, check out Top Shelf’s website!


This painting appeared in the show “Pirates!” at the Lunar Boy Gallery in Astoria, Oregon. This was definitely the most fun I’ve had researching imagery. There’s a faint yellow tone to the piece, because that was my way of antiquing the color and bringing a more unified look to the image.

A Welcome, from Abe

I did this painting for Margie. She likes Abe Lincoln. I mean, she REALLY likes Abe Lincoln. I think it borders on obsession, but she hasn’t started wearing a beard and hat yet…so that’s good.

I’ll Fly Away

A girl decides to fly far, far away. The bird seems to know where they are headed.

Land of the Cute

I’ve always been interested in animals and their dwellings. It’s nice to explore the possibilities.

Bad Ass

This is a re-do and improvement of an image I did a while back.
Oddly enough, it was an anniversary gift for my friend John to his lovely wife.
Well, she is awesome. And a bad ass.

The other Underdog

This is Underdog. She’s a munchkin, but her attitude is that of a beastie three times her size. She is constantly outsmarting me. My suspicion is that she secretly runs a dog-fighting ring in my basement when I’m at work. Don’t let those pale green eyes fool you. Her cuteness is dwarfed by her voracious appetite for destruction. It sent shivers up my spine when I overheard her quote Fight Club to a puppy, “You are not a beautiful and unique snowflake. You are the same decaying organic matter as everyone else, and we are all a part of the same compost pile.” Brrrrrrr. Chilling.


This is the happiest soup

X Files

of my
Don’t judge.

© Ulana Zahajkewycz