have received a bunch of fan art, but this is Chad Smalley's favorite. Nicholas Glidden, a friend of the band, recently did this painting of front man Patrick Devlin. It was auctioned off to benefit Devlin's wife Kelly, who is currently fighting breast cancer.
Finally, a little something that I received back in the Black Math Experiment days from a local artist I never feel gets the recognition he deserves. Bret Harmeyer did this amazing watercolor picture after hearing our song "Evil Wizard Jesus," and it's by far my favorite souvenir from my rock-star past. As I said at the beginning, there's nothing like being able to look at a piece of art on your wall that your own art inspired someone to create.
Jef has a new story, a tale of headless strippers and The Rolling Stones, available now in Broken Mirrors, Fractured Minds. You can also connect with him on Facebook.
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