Heart Bomb

  Horace Greeley reportedly was encouraged to “Go West, young man.” All the indications from galleries and museums has been that “big is better”, more desirable for the spaces involved. So, when my wife also added her voice of encouragement to “Go Big, old man,” I finally listened. “Heart Bomb” is one of the first […]

Lessons Learned #1: Minding My P’s & Q’s

This work stems from my practice of using everything to its fullest potential. I had began a reverse painting on this piece of poly-carbonate some time back, but always felt it was missing something. Likewise, I had some design elements that I had used in making some greeting cards for friends and family, but always […]

Sliced Pop

This work stems from my practice of using everything to its fullest potential.  I had created digital design elements that I had used in making some greeting cards for friends and family, and always thought more could be done with them. I have also been making some small paintings on junk mail envelopes I wanted […]

A New Neighborhood Nebula

Our thoughts travel faster than light. Our imagination visits far away galaxies and returns that same afternoon. It’s like having the whole of the cosmos in our backyard; not to mention that new neighborhood nebula that just opened up. A New Neighborhood Nebula is an original mixed media  painting on paper. (Acrylics, Acrylic Resin, and Alcohol […]

Some Doors Stay Open

  Considering how we, the human race, continually transport ourselves between dreams and various realities it seems inevitable that some of the doors between here and there will stay open. Depending on your thought life that can be a good thing, or not so much. This painting was originally executed by painting with alcohol inks, […]

Sky Code

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 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 […]

Storm Code

  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 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 […]