more escapes into the realms of color and pattern via botanical abstractions.
(1) “Wilted Tulip” aqua-oil (2) “Abstract Tree” ink and watercolor
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If the energy and spirit of flight could be captured in paint I doubt this painting gives it justice but I had to try. “Free Flying” aqua-oil 16×20″
I was really moved by Obama’s inauguration speech yesterday and am excited about a future of change and progress. Here’s a look at my latest illustration project created for the January newsletter of The Whole 9
The very last art class I took before graduating college was called Experimental Processes. It was a class that intended to take painting students out of their comfort zone and allow them to experiment with non-traditional media. My most successful piece I felt was a self portrait, combining paint with one of my photo-plates left [...]
16″x20″ acrylic painting on collaged surface. The collaged layer is comprised of random slices of subway maps, mostly Tokyo, although I believe there are some Paris maps in there as well. The insect silouhette is of the manduca sexta moth also known as the tobacco hornworm. It’s no secret I have a fascination for insects, [...]
Below is an illustration I did for The Whole 9 for their April newsletter. Medium: Graphite and digital.
A small collection of my lithographs using old school stone lithography and dinosaur presses. “Not This Way” “Non-Sequential” “Dark Melody”
Throughout the ages the human form has been witnessed in the trees and become the inspiration behind folkloric tales of wood nymphs, druids, and tree spirits. Whether you believe the myths or not, you can’t help but notice the twisting anthropomorphic shapes in the roots and trunks of trees that do indeed suggest faces and [...]
inspired by photographs I took of abandoned places.
random and automatic like a stream of consciousness, like life….. “In No Particular Order” oil on canvas (SOLD)
And continuing to follow my latest trend of insect inspired designs, here is a mock-up of a T-shirt design featuring our friend the housefly derived from one of my pencil sketches. These T-shirts will eventually be on sale at ukastyle.com