Reflections on death and Stuff

It’s a doodle. I just wanted to play around. I’m not sure if it means anything. If I had to stretch and be artsy, how about “The magic that exists at the moment of death? Where all possibilities culminate in a grand new chapter of adventure? Or a simple meal for the bacteria in theContinue reading “Reflections on death and Stuff”

Art Attack 2021

I’ve been eye deep in excel this week, so no art, so I decided to make a a video of 2021 art. digitalart #art #kunst #peinture #artwork #cryptoart #cryptoartist from 2021. Themes include #empowerment #fragility & #beauty of #life #nature #selfworth #struggle #acceptance #women #war #dnd #fantasy #scifiart the #psyche etc. https://youtu.be/Ofq7NiB4Ja0 YouTube because somehowContinue reading “Art Attack 2021”

Aware

This #digitalart started as a #doodle but because I watch so many saddening #crime shows, it became about #domesticviolenceawareness For the victim, listen, don’t judge, and offer meaningful help. And for gods sake, if you see something say something, like, to 911. #EndViolence

Denouement

I really don’t have anything artsy or insightful to say. I just wanted to create something with the single source strong light, and am ambient light, which was used a lot in Dutch / Northern Renaissance paintings. She’s bloody, she could use a shower, but she’s survived. Here’s the close-in.

A Lifetime

I wanted to name this digital art “Boy” after the Book of Love song I was listening to on repeat while creating it, but that would be falling into a familiar rut. What’s it about? Three generations of women? Nope, it’s the same woman over a lifetime. From the brilliant light of youth on theContinue reading “A Lifetime”

Fearless

The genesis of this digital artwork is a couple things. First, I worked on it right after watching the Netflix documentary about Elisa Lam and the tragedy at the Cecil Hotel in L.A. This isn’t about her though, no connection, unless you want it to be a positive one. No cyber bullying, like what happenedContinue reading “Fearless”