What’s it about? Err, I don’t know. I may be a bit tipsy with creating this artwork – I do know that I started out with the idea of using the human body as a frame for what’s in the picture, so, goal achieved. She’s a regal woman constrained by the borders of the art,Continue reading “Moon Goddess in a Box”
It’s the Vietnam War, but with magic! As someone who has studied Vietnamese (Hanoi dialect), one of the cool cultural components that comes along with the language is that the Vietnamese believe in ghosts of ancestors wandering around in the jungle – and, if you extrapolate this to the rich Asian lexicon of mythology (Hint,Continue reading “Modern Magicfare”
A reoccurring theme in my #artwork is temptation. This is a combination of a pose I saw in passing and one of my favorite movies, the #witch so I #created a take on the #temptation by #blackphillip – post rendering it was pixelated due to the the #lowlight and it was #dark so I hadContinue reading “Live Deliciously?”
“The Calm Before the Heresy.” 18×24 #acrylic #painting on #canvas. $300 if interested, which is, mmm, $0.70 per square inch, plus $20 shipping CONUS. That’s a great deal. Prices are sure to shoot up the moment I’m discovered 🙂 I had the idea a couple weeks back, but it really wanted out of my headContinue reading “The Calm Before the Heresy”
Parity Lost: Not quite how the angels thought the end of the war arrive.
I had an entire long post ready to go but thanks to an app crash, I’ll give you the highlights. I wasn’t going to share this painting. I didn’t think it worthy, but people started to like it, so, here we are. There’s two themes going on here. First, there’s a piece of Papayrus atContinue reading “Mary and the Last Sinner”
I went ahead and signed this one because I don’t know when, if ever, I’ll get back to it. It’s a nature piece, dealing with the mystical forces surrounding the entity that is Mother Nature, both from a pagan and artistic perspective. She’s never really portrayed as a creature one wants to be around; rather,Continue reading “Earth Mother”
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.