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Friday, October 24, 2014 08:22

Upon a Midnight Dreary Podcast #5: Dienzo

Haunted Mansion, Hatbox Ghost, Madame Leota

Dienzo, aka Rick Blanco, with his painting in the 2012 Tribute to the Haunted Mansion Show at Halloween Town.

Here is a picture of the "Dracula Church" St. Mary's, which I talk about at the beginning of the podcast.

Here is a picture of the “Dracula Church” St. Mary’s, which I talk about at the beginning of the podcast.

Here is a photo of one of the Louisiana cemeteries that is being claimed by the encroaching sea

Here is a photo of one of the Louisiana cemeteries that is being claimed by the encroaching sea

Snow White, 2012

Snow White, 2012

Blue Boy Rising, 2011

Blue Boy Rising, 2011

Augustine Lamenting

Augustine Lamenting

You're Mine was a collaboration between Eric Pigors and Dienzo for the 2010 Creeping Beauty Show.

You’re Mine was a collaboration between Eric Pigors and Dienzo for the 2010 Creeping Beauty Show.

This is the fake fireplace Dienzo constructed for his last office. It looks so real, but it's just foamcore board.

This is the fake fireplace Dienzo constructed for his last office. It looks so real, but it’s just foamcore board. You can see his portrait of Sedusa over the fireplace.

Thank you Dienzo for doing the Podcast!  For lots more of Dienzo, follow him on Twitter @DIENZOart. On Facebook, you can subscribe to his Facebook Feed or like his artpage The Art of Dienzo.  To see more of his art, check out his website. To buy art prints and tshirts, visits Dienzo’s Big Cartel Store.

If you enjoy the podcast, please take a minute and RATE IT or leave a brief review on itunes.  Thank you so much for listening!

 

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2 Responses to “Upon a Midnight Dreary Podcast #5: Dienzo”

  1. Barbara says:

    I love the creepy cute characters- Blue Boy is a favorite though Augustine may be a new fav. Very interesting to learn more about the artist behind them all. Thanks

    Saw the supposed Bowie video and that ain’t Bowie – it may be the man but its not the genius artist I know.

  2. David T. says:

    I was really shocked months ago to find out that DIENZO was a man. I had assumed his work must have been painted by a 20-something goth girl, mostly appealing to teenage girls.

    I really feel over saturated with “Big-Eyed kid” paintings these days, anyone else bored with this stuff?

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