BROTHER COBWEB: A VISUAL SNEAK PEEK

Todd M. Coe's art for Brother Cobweb ©2015 Todd M Coe & Alfred Eaker

Todd M. Coe’s art for my upcoming novel: “Brother Cobweb.”

Brother Cobweb is a character I created at the age of seven, in a comic book, which I titled “The Brother Cobweb Chronicles.” Brother Cobweb was a response/revolt/private protest to what I considered my own personal horror of being forced to attend a Pentecostal church, along with growing up in a dumbed down and oppressive fundamentalist environment. I created that comic from volumes of sketchbooks I produced during endless church services (for eighteen years,  I literally taught myself how to draw during those charismatic anti-ritual rituals).It’s interesting then to see him become an actual horror exhibit in a huanted house attraction. As I used to say (spewing sarcasm) “Amen Brother Cobweb.”

Additional Todd M. Coe art for my upcoming novel: “Brother Cobweb.”

Todd M. Coe's art for Brother Cobweb. © 2015 Todd M Coe and Alfred Eaker.

TODD M COE additional ART FOR BROTHER COBWEB by Alfred Eaker© 2015 Todd M Coe & Alfred Eaker

TODD M COE cover ART FOR BROTHER COBWEB by Alfred Eaker© 2015 Todd M Coe & Alfred Eaker

Todd M. Coe's art for Brother Cobweb, the novel. © 2015 Todd M Coe and Alfred Eaker

Alfred Eaker Perfroming as “BROTHER COBWEB” at The House Of Shadows,” in Portland, Oregon.

Alfred Eaker as Brother Cobweb (at the House of Shadows haunted house attraction in Portland, OR)

Brother Cobweb’s Short Bus 2 Perdition (at The House Of Shadows, Portland, Oregon)!

Brother Cobweb's Short Bus 2 Hell. 666!Brother Cobweb on the short bus to perdition (House Of Shadows) ©2015 Alfred Eaker

Brother Cobweb's Short Bus 2 Hell. redrumBrother Cobweb on the short bus to perdition (House Of Shadows) ©2015 Alfred Eaker.

Brother Cobweb's Short Bus 2 Hell!!!Brother Cobweb on the short bus to perdition (House Of Shadows) ©2015 Alfred Eaker...

Brother Cobweb's Short Bus 2 Hell!

BROTHER COBWEB at The House Of Shadows, Gresham, Oregon ©2015Alfred Eaker Brother Cobweb's Short Bus 2 Hell.Redeemed by da blood!Brother Cobweb at The House of Shadows Gresham ©2015 Alfred Eaker

Brother Cobweb's Short Bus 2 perdition. Washed in da bloodBROTHER COBWEB at The House Of Shadows, Gresham ©2015 Alfred EakerBrother Cobweb's Short Bus 2 perdition. a satanic Bettie Page

BROTHER COBWEB at The House Of Shadows, Gresham ©2015 Alfred Eaker. The short bus to perditionBROTHER COBWEB @ The House Of Shadows, Gresham ©2015 Alfred Eaker

BLUEMAHLER performing as Brother Cobweb in the short film, “I Was Married To A Mermaid” ©2013 Alfred Eaker

BLUEMAHLER as Brother Cobweb in %22I Was Married To A Mermaid%22 ©2013 Alfred Eaker

Paintings I created in 1997, based off original sketches I made, as a child, attending Pentecostal church services from the late 60s to my teen years in the early 80s.

%22Brother Cobweb%22 (oil on canvas) © 1997 Alfred Eaker

%22Spiritual%22 oil on canvas ©1997 Alfred Eaker

Glossolalia oil on canvas © 1997 Alfred Eaker Dancing before the Lord oil on canvas © Alfred Eaker Healing Service oil on canvas ©1997 Alfred Eaker%22Apocalyptic Sermon%22oil on canvas©1998 Alfred Eaker

Additional Alfred Eaker art planned for the novel, Brother Cobweb:

Alfred EAKER 'Our Lady Of The Mermaids%22 oil on canvas © 2011 Alfred Eaker

Christ Casting The Demons Into The Swine oil on canvas © 1997 Alfred Eaker

ALFRED EAKER %22Annunication%22 oil on canvas © 2011 Alfred Eaker

Christ Cursing the fig tree. oil on canvas©1997 Alfred Eaker

Alfred Eaker PIETA (2011) oil on canvas © 2011 Alfred Eaker

Alfred Eaker %22Stations IV%22 Christ Meets His Mother On The Way To The Cross. oil on canvas 5 ft x 5 ft. ©2011 Alfred Eaker

©2015 Alfred Eaker

 

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About Alfred Eaker

Alfred Eaker is fine arts painter, filmmaker, and has a masters degree in theology. He currently lives in Portland, oregon with his wife: Aja Rossman-Gray.
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One Response to BROTHER COBWEB: A VISUAL SNEAK PEEK

  1. cryptictown says:

    Reblogged this on Cryptic Town and commented:
    Another great post from my favorite blog.

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