She waits on the shores of the Siren Sea, opposite the Fields of Unformed Desires. Her song calls to the pirate vessel that she will captain across the mists of the cerulean waters. Full disclosure, the pose/idea is based on a photo (not mine) taken of a friend on whom I’ve had a school-boy crushContinue reading “Sea of Dreams”
This started as another portrait focusing on hair. I was nearly done and was, like, ‘meh.’ It needed something, so I popped in the first thing that came to mind, turning it into a portrait of life.
I’m truly sorry I’ve not done anything in the last couple of days. I’m working through proposals at work (to pay for my art!) and skin cancer to boot, but last night at 3ish, I made this video of recent art (going back to October (ish). I’ll get creative again soon! I kind of wantContinue reading “Video of Recent Art”
“what makes you happy?” I asked myself in the depths of the night, unable to sleep – as usual. The answer wasn’t wealth, a hobby, a place, sex, or any of the usual answers. It was an existential question, driving towards the answer of why we are all here. Often, I feel completely alone, detached,Continue reading “Happy”
This has been in the works for a week or so, since I watched the show ‘The Last Czar.’ In the show and in #history rumors were rife that the #Empress #Alexandra had taken #Rasputin as a #lover. No one really knows if they were involved or just really really good friends. Certainly, they bothContinue reading “Alix Takes a Lover”
Men generally take the majority of credit for an #abusiverelationship but there is a silent group of men who are #survivors of not necessarily physical, but rather #mentally and #emotionally #abusive #relationships – this #artwork is a representation of what it’s like for these men. So, assuming you’re over the bad boy phase, if youContinue reading “Silent Agony”
The painting is about ending one journey and beginning another. In this case, the woman is moving out; from a failed relationship, or something else – it’s all in the viewer’s mind.
Ghost in the Well is an abstract mixed media piece combining elements of nature and fantasy.
A cold winter evening, somewhere in the city. On the roof of a nondescript tenement, a life is about to end… or is it about to begin? Every artist does a religious painting at some point (at least the ones I follow), so here is my contribution to that lexicon of beauty.