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Hello everyone, fellow enthusiast here from Nor Cal. I love all styles but mostly into realism, new school and BG. Just started my collection 16 months ago but already have 13 pieces.... always eagerly awaiting for the next appointment lol.

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Welcome! There are quite a few nor calians on this forum.

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Welcome! There are quite a few nor calians on this forum.

Oh you're the guy with all the Cecil porter pieces!

Ok I got ya, your the dude with the wild things pieces from Cecil, right on man. I dropped off that other forum, too buggy. Yeah I just got a couple more pieces from him over the weekend, Churchill and Capone portraitse26ebf72888311e2a4da22000a1f9253_7_thumb.jpg

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