Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Monday, April 27, 2009

The History of Edgar Nash, Part One

Not quite finished, just thought I'd post this
and see what people thought. Nash, what
a wild and crazy guy.

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Oolie's Magic Throw, Nathan Wolfe Coleman and Fionn McCabe

(excerpt from radio announcer)
MACAVOY:
Oolie scrambles in the pocket, runs out right...looks like he's waiting on Sheffield to release off the screen...Oolie to pass...he's going to try to thread the needle now across the midddddddlllllllle......

SONIC BOOM.

MACAVOY:
Caught by Brooks Sheffield! He hangs onto it and is lifted off his feet and propelled in mid-air to the endzone! Touchdown Corn Team! I've never seen anything like this in all my years doing football...no time left on the clock, Sheffield is lying prone in the endzone with the pigskin resting on his chest, and the Corn Team ...Folks, I don't know how to begin to describe what just happened here...Bill Oolie, channeling his Myrmidonian heritage, really let one fly, and it was all Sheffield could do to hold on to the thing...


Monday, April 20, 2009

More Nimble Nancys

Vanessa Irzyk's Football Cards

Vanessa is another new collaborator we are
excited to be working with. These are some in-progress
images of Will Cody, Edgar Nash and Brooks Sheffield that
Vanessa has been working on.

Will Cody (above) and Edgar Nash (below).

Brooks Sheffield.

Sunday, April 19, 2009

More work from Arthur Henderson.

Beautiful research for the Corn Alliances preacher monument.


Mythology Cutouts

These are cutouts that Fionn McCabe has been working on,
covering some of the Nancy mythology for the show in Miami.

The King of the Sea is about 7 feet tall.

There are many more in the works.

Unusual Casualties


This is a portrait of Bill Oolie that was exhibited at
Johnny's on the Side about a month ago.

Friday, April 10, 2009

Nabila Santa-Cristo

Nabila's epic paintings are incredible. Combining metaphor and
narrative in her own unique way, she is working with the Oh Nancy
collaborative on a large (9'x10') painting depicting the Corn Team
and other individuals and ideas in the Alliance Clubhouse.


Friday, April 3, 2009

Brian Hart





R.J. Allen has had a long hard road to recovery. Through intense
therapy and physical training he has regained control of his life,
but thanks to the anonymous doctors at his undisclosed recovery
center, we can view some of the images that made his recovery
possible.

Daniel Szymanowski



Dan is a new Oh Nancy collaborator, already creating
great work and generating many ideas for the project.
You can see more of his impressive work at:
http://dansz.com/

Portrait of Nancy's Belated Mother


Poor lady.

Another Edgar Nash