Can art still shock and offend? Can it still cause questions to be asked? Can it drive a conversation? In today’s digital artwork, which for some reason just finished a four-hour rendering (maybe the rig was offended), I explore the dark side of the Romanticism movement. I’ve drawn on David Caspar Friedrich, who IMHO isContinue reading “Postpartum”
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”
This is four digital art paintings in one. It represents the things a tree would see over a lifetime. It got messy putting them together, but art is messy when trying new things. I may turn it into a gif. The layers I used are each represented below in order. Layer 1 is infancy andContinue reading “The Haunting of a Tree”
My first #artwork in a minute. I’m #rendering another angle now that I think might be better. Instead of explaining what I was getting at with this #painting what do you think I was expressing? #art #digital #woman #midcenturymodern #digitalpainting The Cage – another angle. I think I like this better.
Parity Lost: Not quite how the angels thought the end of the war arrive.
I’m being told that, as an artist, I need to explain my work and process more. This bit of advice comes from a source that I came across when trying to figure out how to break into the big leagues of the art world – besides spending tens of thousands on a BFA/MFA which willContinue reading “Winter Odium”
Ghost in the Well is an abstract mixed media piece combining elements of nature and fantasy.
Sometimes you take risks. Sometimes it works out. Sometimes it does not. This is one of those ‘do not’ times. Yet it is mine, and I claim all of my failures. The scene: The King has died. On a cold, snowy morning, the Queen readies herself to go to Valhalla with the love of herContinue reading “Queen of the North”