Monday, May 13, 2013

        About a year ago Downtown Fresno had began to demolish the old Monterey Street Bridge which once connected Golden State Boulevard and Broadway Street. Built in 1948, it had been closed for years due to its deteriorating state. Not only was it once a functional bridge it was shelter for the nearby homeless community. At one point there was a ministry at the bottom of the bridge which was ran by one of the homeless residents. This small edit I made pays homage to the history of this bridge and its connection with Fresno.

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Studio and Mural
Photo by Bob Pero
Shot with Contax 645 Medium Format

  The Arthouse 3/6/13 Art Hop 
 Edit by K. Figueroa

Monday, January 7, 2013

Sunday, December 2, 2012

This was my section for the Arthouse's August Art Hop. It was our grand opening show so I made sure to fill this wall end to end. From  drawings to panels, the work encompassed a wide range of media and content. I hustled to finish it all before the show, with an exception of a couple old pieces, but overall it came out better then I planned. Seeing this work juxtaposed in one huge cluster really helped to unify the wildness of this series.

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

(photo by gares)
Cr8 and I have begun a new series of hand cut spray cans. Each has its own original artwork and as a whole looks really bad ass. From minute detailed figures to fine lined bird skeletons, the series has really grown from the first time we did a series of twenty. Now we have about 40+ cans to work on. Stay tuned to see the finished product.

Thursday, September 13, 2012

Drawing for the October Arthouse show titled "Samhain".