Continuing our month of somewhat spooky or scary art, this week we have a digitally-painted portrait of a demon. Starting with an old photo I took from the Union Building, looking West (you can see the original HERE), I snipped and snorted and created an image of a face mingled in amongst the background. Then using that, I repainted the entire painting using wilder and more abstract digital brushes until I came up with what we have here.

I think it’s sufficiently spooky to work with this month’s theme. Click the image to see a larger version.

Click the image to see it bigger.

Meanwhile, today on The AIR, we present a 24-hour marathon of Prognosis. As a special bonus, all twelve episodes of the show, which will are from 7 AM Monday to 7 AM Tuesday, are presented by Herman Linte, the original host of the program, who, if all goes according to plan, will return to the presenter’s seat this Thursday to bring you the finest progressive rock of the last half-century. It’s been a kick hosting the show myself for the past several months, but I’m thrilled to have Herman back where he belongs, steering Prognosis into the uncharted seas of virtuosity and intelligent rock music.

Tune in at The AIR Website, or on this neat little embedded player…