I’m not quite sure what to say about this painting except that it reminds me of hope with the glowing background and steps up to somewhere. The range of spacial substance and variety of texture reminds me to stay busy and be grateful for what we have in this world. It reminds me of the challenge we all have coping with the positive and negatives in life.
Sometimes I feel like I’m wading upstream against the flow. In this case, it’s almost like climbing Mt. Everest, the feeling was similar. Painted on wood panel: Acrylic and house paint - 30” X 24” X 2 1/2” - 2016
This painting is the third of a tryptic. The surface is raw after grinding with a belt sander. The imagery has created a feeling of weight on my psyche. Most of my work is some sort of reflection of the times, lifestyle, love and inspiration. Painting on wood panel: house paint, charcoal, sharpie markers - 24”X30” - 2016
This painting is a complicated landscape. I encourage you to try walking around inside and thin king about the conflict and relationships which are present throughout. Painting on paper: acrylic, house paint, charcoal, sharpie markers - 25 1/2” X 21 3/4” - 2015
I think of this painting as almost background thoughts which I have often thinking about relationships, The zipper from a pair of old shorts offers addition spice to this otherwise dark world. Painting on canvas: acrylic, house paint, charcoal, sharpie markers, zipper - 30” X 40” - 2015
This title and painting reminds me of playing with an erector set as a child.the large circular area is like a ferris wheel in and about the other elements of the prevailing spacial construction. Painting on paper: acrylic, house paint, charcoal, sharpie markers - 25 1/2” X 21 3/4” - 2015