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Supersonic Electronic Invitational #3 at Spoke Art Gallery

I’m participating in the group SEI3 in San Francisco during the month of January. This is my third year to participate and looking forward to the reception! It’ll be this Thursday January 9th, 2014 from 6-10 at Spoke Art Gallery. I’ll be showing Wind-walker. It’s my most recent painting and a departure from my small scale paintings. windwalkerfinalweb

Work in Progress


I got a new show up in Louisville, GA!


New print for sale!

“At the Drive-In” is my new print for sale through my bigcartel store! It’s a signed and editioned print of only 100. Paper size is 18 x 24 inches on thick Museo paper.

Get it, while it’s hot!atthedriveinprint


I’ll be updating my website and changing the design a bit so pardon the maintenance!

Pointy Ear



Pointy Ear, oil on muslin mounted to panel, 2013. This is a painting I finished a few months ago of my ear. (That point on the end is called a “Darwin’s Tubercle.”)

Painting on Metrocard


I have a small, itty bitty piece in Single Fare 3 in RH Gallery in New York.  The show has a really neat idea – all work had to be on used NY metrocards. So, naturally, I painted….Legos! There were over 2500 pieces with work from Alyssa Monks, Brad Kunkle, and Alex Kanevsky amongst many others.


For Your Viewing Pleasure, oil on canvas mounted to panel, 2013. I thought I’d start the New Year off with a Self-Portrait!

At the Drive-In

Excited to finally be finished with this new painting! I’ve been working on it on and off for several months. It’s headed to the Supersonic Electronic Invitational in San Francisco for their January show at Spoke Art. It’s called “At the Drive In” and is oil on canvas. It’s inspired by my love of watching 2001: A Space Odyssey as a kid on VHS and not really understanding what in the world was going on… Hope you like!

Allan Innman, At the Drive In, oil on canvas mounted to panel, 2012 

Rush Hour painting

This is a new painting from grad school! One of the first I finished. It’s called Rush Hour and is oil on canvas, mounted to panel. It’ll be on view with two other small paintings at Elisa Contemporary Gallery in NY during the holiday season as part of their “Toy Story” exhibit. If you’re in that area, check it out!