Thursday, January 19, 2012

Jordan (Orange)

Jordan (Orange)
Swiss Army Knife, Orange, Glass Tank
Variable Dimensions

Friday, November 25, 2011

Cactus Wearing Sunglasses.

'Cactus Wearing Sunglasses.'
26" x 18"
Sunglasses, Cactus, Rocks, Arizona Foliage

Friday, October 14, 2011

The Physical Impossibility Of Life Through The Means Of Someone Dying.

The Physical Impossibility Of Life Through The Means Of Someone Dying. 
57 ¼” X 17
Toy Eye, Oil Pastel, Acrylic, Tempera, Oil Paint, Household Latex Paint, Glitter, Bleach, Hairspray, Hair, Razorblade,

This was displayed at Jackpot Gallery in Milwaukee, WI 
as part of: 'I Could Do Better.' on June 4th of 2011

more to come.

Sunday, February 20, 2011


Poke dream-like faces behind the towers.
Happy. Smile. Laugh.
Hopeful. Grin.
Bright street light falls and we have
One sad man.
One ______________.
When looking into the glass jar
The only thing visible is the glass bottom.
Moving closer-eye on rim.
The jar breaks.
No glue in the house-
Nothing in the house.
I used to show pictures of __________
But eventually grew to realize that the image only held the story that I wanted it to hold.
Now when I look at the images I get sad because I realize they have no value or stories anymore.
Thank you.
Turn away
any wind that blows.

Saturday, November 13, 2010

Wooden Triangle


FROM TOP to BOTTOM (all pieces are untitled)
18 x 24"
24 x 18"
24 x 18"
18 x 24"
22 x 30"
30 x 22"
18 x 24"

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

CACHE #2 (polaroids)

Again, these are somewhat of an ongoing, underlined, sub-bullet point-component to a much larger __________  but nonetheless here are some of the polaroids that will be part of the __________. boy oh boy; it's going to be __________

(from top to bottom)
the stripper.
ben and steph.
a mundane brunch. 

Friday, November 5, 2010

some work that will be for sale in MIAD's STUDENT/ALUMNI ART SALE ( NOV. 12-13)

top 3 are all untitled and are 18x24"
bottom two are 8.5x11"

 Preview Party will be held Friday night from 5 – 10 p.m. with $20 admission (free for participants). Saturday, the event will be open to the public at no cost from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
All genres of works will be for sale, including fine arts, such as photography, prints, paintings and sculpture, furniture, design work, hand-made gifts and jewelry.

Thursday, November 4, 2010

(two) polaroids

this will be somewhat of an ongoing, underlined, sub-bullet point-component to a much larger __________  but nonetheless here are some of the polaroids that will be part of the __________. boy oh boy; it's going to be __________

Bottom: Mom & Me.

Friday, October 29, 2010



adult trick or treatin', candy candy, 20++++ artists looky:

Beata K
Beata C
Amelia T
Sara C
Ashley J
Tim S
Lydia J
Alec R
Ian S
Tyler R
Ben M
Mike S
Jeff M
Sam F
Neil G
Ollie S
Carly H
Patrick S
Johnny K
Cody F
Rudy M
Jade W
John R
Stevie K
Khynh P
Anna P
Max S
Sam J
Waldek D
Tricia B
Nicholas N


7 - 10pm


nAbr gallery (they'll have a video screenin loop here!)
5 - 8pm

paintings, drawing etc.

Monday, October 11, 2010


OCTOBER 8th feed back. on&@ studio deep end and the Analog Blog

show had an incredible turn out! very grateful to have been a part of it. definitely keep an eye on this place and the people who contributed to making this show, BIG things to come for sure. 

BRAD & I would love to hear from people who attended the show that we didn't get to speak to. 

all photographs © alec regan

Sunday, October 10, 2010


HOLY COW! my site was revamped today!

come check out some of the new work that exists in cyberspace!


Wednesday, September 29, 2010

OCTOBER 8TH!!!!!!!

 Studio Deep End and The Analog Blog located at 315 N. Plankinton Milwaukee, WI, 53203 

This is the GRAND opening of The Analog Blog.

Featured Artists of the show will be: Alec Regan, Brad Fischer, Mike Senise, Greg Carideo, Jim Papadopoulos, Amelinda Burich, Oliver Sweet and an Artist Book and Publications showcase you don't want to miss.



Monday, September 27, 2010

i stepped out for a second.

i've reluctantly taken a break from blogging or for that matter posting any new work online for the last few months. i've been super busy and finally hit a solid string on my productivity-gee-tar. i'm glad to be back in school and my life is busier and crazier than i can ever really remember. but most importantly, i'm really-really happy with everything that's going on right now. i got a cat named stint, who i am madly in love with. i feel like i discovered an entirely whole new world! i've had trouble sleeping for about the last 3 or 4 months which has been pretty strenuous but i'm working through it. i think i might as well embrace the fact that i'll have raccoon eyes for the rest of my life. living with two girls has been interesting, that's only been for about 2 months-ish. i got a twitter...that's pretty cool. i really miss my dogs. i've made a few really new and exciting relationships. i've been working on a collaboration with brad fischer called: from our balls to your walls. and it's been super-awesome. our biggest concern with it so far is that we may make too much money. but we'll worry about that when it starts to pour in. 62nd dimension (cody frei & ben miller) and small space (sara caron & brad fischer) have really been doing a phenomenal job in the milwaukee art-world as of late. so if you like the arts and you like weekends you'll love what these guys and gals are doing. i've also been pretty insatiable towards peanuts lately, they are just sort of the most amazing food/snack/thing ever! i've rekindled my love for fugazi so that's been fun.

i have too much on my plate right now, more than words could ever do justice...
so if i come off as a jerk within the next few months, look here for somewhat of a valid reason as to why. ( <----not literally going to post reasons fyi)

stay close to see the new work here & @