Here is a now-abandoned blog written by Mel Andringa. When I was in Iowa he put on a show with The Drawing Legion (a droll logo read "NEW YORK - AMSTERDAM - IOWA CITY) called The Fall of Babylon that I liked a whole bunch. Now he does Legion Arts in the City of Five Smells.
The first link, though, starts at the start and follows his artistic life, from painting and acting to finding out nifty ways of mixing the two with the springboard of work with Robert Wilson. I have had nearly no acquaintance with his other performed paintings - The Fall of Babylon was essentially a series of stage-sized images composed over time via performance and staging plus entertaining moaning about the agonies of creation - but the writing at the blog is somehow naïve and knowing and it's interesting to me to watch him move through visual styles and on through performance styles. (You gotta click "NEXT" at the bottom of the page as the site's archiving mechanism is not the greatest.)
He gets points for figuring out the neat trick of buying different puzzles from the same manufacturer and mixing them.
Clicking the pic gets you Flickr sets.