This was our second show with ROCKSBOX in Portland. It was a little like coming home for the group, and we all spent some time hugging denmother Pat Rock and apologizing for what we did last time. Some of those things included bad smells and painting on his dogs.
When that was done we took a field trip to the Clark County fair in Washington for bull-riding night and one up the Columbia river gorge for some paddle-boarding in high wind. Neither of these things influenced the final work much.
This show produced some of the most refined work from the group. I think this was largely due to a deliberate limiting of our materials to drawing, painting and chainsaw carving (with circus lights). It was also due in some part to the maturation of our brains and a deeper history with one another and our ongoing dialogue.
One haunting product of this show is unavailable on this site - a slow motion video of Gordon belly-dancing in a cut-off Harley Davidson shirt, which you can find a link for on our facebook page.