In 2010 and 2011 I held numerous workshops to demonstrate and encourage a new process I developed in my studio. I called that process “Dancing Paint.” “Firestarter” was one of my favorites […]
The “Prospect” sculptures incorporate elements of paintings I completed between 2006 and 2007. Those same paintings were included in the book “The Spirit of New Orleans.” As I have been planning a visit to New Orleans for “Prospect 5” in the fall of 2021 these were on my mind and naturally became part of the […]
Reversal of Fortune is an image based on scans of the Beautiful Loser series (discarded lottery tickets painted with alcohol ink.) The collage as it was originally painted went through digital rendering so that the resulting image reflects upon itself, turns inward, makes peace and moves through itself until it is outside itself. If […]
“Memoriam” Is an image based on scans of the Beautiful Loser series (discarded lottery tickets painted with alcohol ink.) Through digital rendering the resulting image reflects upon itself. For purchase info For a consultation concerning the 3 limited custom print sizes of this image contact us here for availability.
Some of what happens within the process of expression is not about expenditure, but conservation of energy. Sometimes the artist painstakingly stores that energy, which often seems a dark or strange venture. But in truth, it is a learned management skill. One that in some instances can bring light and understanding. “Illuminations” is a 36″h […]
This work stems from my practice of using everything to its fullest potential. I had some design elements that I had used in making some greeting cards for friends and family, but always thought more could be done with them. The same was true for some hand drawn elements I had created. After attending […]
With all the excitement, and sometimes fear, about the rise of Artificial Intelligence I have found myself wondering about how, or if, these machines will ever comprehend art, beauty or more interestingly, our emotions? In these early stages the short answer is “they will not.” As more sophisticated programs evolve, perhaps they will develop their […]