the Orangemen series is a bold representation of activities inspired by life. living is not simply about surviving, but truly experiencing the joy of life. the series has continued to expand and evolve since the my cancer diagnosis.
the artwork in the Splash of Paint series are non-representational abstract expressionist works. each piece is directly affected by movement and color through various dripping, splashing, and throwing paint techniques.
animals gone wild or wild with color, The Zoo series is non-representational abstract works capturing the energy and excitement of various animals. each piece is directly affected by movement, color, and gestural lines.
examining technology through art, the Tech Art series using recycled computer parts to create a science inspired art. each piece is layered computer text, literature, comic books, 3D tech, and other items to form multi-dimensional hanging art. the tech art focuses on balance and simplicity, while the tech people are more chaotic showing the duality Read more about tech art[…]
the Mountain series began out of a love of nature. it combines both oil and acrylic, as well as sand or dirt from the locations painted. the added earth provides texture to the canvas and infused nature in art.
the Who’s Who series depicts portraits of individuals using animated imagery and symbolic color to capture personalities. to consign your abstract portrait, contact the artist.
a mixture of paintings, pastels, and mixed media artwork, the Additional Art shows a variety of styles and mediums. the majority of the paintings are non-representational conceptual abstract works. ranging from expressionism to block-based images, each piece is directly affected by movement and color. showing pastels can be powerful, those works use strong, but subtle colors Read more about additional art[…]