This vibrant, joyful abstract floral landscape was painted using mixed media in a luxuriant impasto style. Rich, juicy textures make the bright colors pop, lending this piece a vivid air of playful exuberance. This painting is a tribute to the the invigorating sense of hope that spring brings.
6"x12" on 7/8" deep museum grade canvas
"Tout Peut S'oublier"
Palette knives and small paintbrushes were used to apply thick layers of archival acrylic in order to achieve the varied, inviting texture of this piece. Using various hues of blue, yellow, and green to conjure an impression of new growth, blue skies, and glittering sunlight, this painting is another homage to springtime. "Tout Peut S'oublier" is a French song lyric which mea
"To Live is to Fly"
A scene of impressionistic wildflowers in the night is rendered via generous dollops of bright acrylic paint floating above a pensive, moody background, created by blending several shades of spray paint. For the title, I borrowed a song by Townes van Zandt; it's a profound piece of poetry that explores the dichotomy of darkness and light comprising every human life. This piece
This playful variation of a self portrait uses archival acrylic impressed onto a swath of raw canvas, which I stretched and mounted onto a handbuilt custom frame. Minimalist in comparison to my usual style, my aim was to represent the feminine form with elegant simplicity.
3' x 4' (approximately)