Untitled #12 Acrylic and Graphite on Paper 14" x 8" (AVAILABLE)
Untitled #13 Acrylic and Graphite on Paper 14" x 8" (AVAILABLE)
Blue Sky Dirt Farm Pastel on Paper 28" x 22" (AVAILABLE)
Grey #2 Acrylic on Paper 28" x 22" (AVAILABLE)
Faded Blues Acrylic on Paper 28" x 22" (AVAILABLE)
A lot of my abstract work deals with horizons and/or distance. There is something below the surface - below the line - and it's trying to come to the fore. Either that, or it's fading away. Maybe both. This theme or idea surfaces again and again.
Front Teeth #2 Acrylic in Canvas 48"x 32" (AVAILABLE)
What You Lose Acrylic on Canvas 48" x 36" (AVAILABLE)
Adjustable Heads Spray Paint and Graphite on Paper 22" x 28" (AVAILABLE)
Fluidity #1 Oil and Pastel on Paper 28" x 22" (AVAILABLE)
Prime Rose Acrylic and Cutout on Paper 12" x 8" (AVAILABLE)
There are lots more where these came from. These are examples from some of the themes and ideas I have been exploring: Anatomy, Decay, Objectification and Perfection. In our world, the body is ubiquitously seen as just another venue for the struggle between Commerce and Authenticity.
Intrigued by Chinese and Japanese calligraphy, I put a brush on some paper and saw where it took me. The pastel- red and green- just seemed like it needed to be there. In my opinion, process and negative space are as important as surface and content. A work of art is a thing that exists through time, not in one place or moment.