Okay, I’m leaving this one like it is and starting another. I like the forlorn nature of the #painting. A cold January evening, as the last rays of the light ephemerally touch the clouds, the tree embraces the cold brilliance of the street lamp in hopes of seeing the Sun again. I was going toContinue reading “January; A Light Study”
An abstract vision of what an alien flower would look like. This is an acrylic on canvas painting. I used air-duster cans, some brush and gravity/splatter techniques in the composition of the artwork. 18 x 24, 2016. The view from straight on. A side-view, which shows the textures used in the piece.
I’ve been busy lately, but criminally have not updated my page. Here is the latest from me. The only one that I’ve named is entitled “The Storm”. I used the techniques of Vermeer, Erbst, Cezanne and my own to create the scene of a woman surprised by some ominous weather. The woman at the windowContinue reading “Mixing the works of Vermeer, Friedrich, Cezanne, Munch and the Renaissance”
Here’s my latest. My camera doesn’t capture all of the awesome color, but it has my signature metallics now.
So I’m painting yesterday and took a picture of what I painted. I threw a filter on it and decided to share. It’s nothing that will end up anywhere because I’m painting over it soon, but it was interesting – and maybe a little creepy.
A friend wanted me to paint he and his girlfriend. Although I told him that my portraits never match the subject, case in point, when I tried to paint Mary Elizabeth Winstead, the final looked like Veronica from the Archie comics: But he was insistent, and so I attempted it and surprised myself. The paintingContinue reading “My Latest Work”