Repertoire No. 3
A stylized approach to Monet’s water lilies.… Read More
As long as humans have picked up a device to draw with, we have been drawing people. Whether for storytelling or portraiture, or just plain respect for the human form, there is a practically unlimited amount of art depicting people out there. Whether you choose a painting of a famous person because you admire them, or something more anonymous but in a style you love — abstract, realistic, impressionistic, etc. — you’ll find that having people-centric art brings life to your home or office.
A beautifully-rendered passionate kiss between lovers.… Read More
A stunning underwater figure, lit as if by moonlight… Read More
Market Street in San Francisco goes totally mod. I ,love the color combo on this mixed media piece that combines a contemporary scene with a retro image.… Read More
The past meets the present in this colorful mixed media painting featuring the Bombay Beach Drive-In. Layers of acrylic paint and paper are the background for the hand printed images on wood panel that is wired and ready to hang.… Read More
ongoing series of Second Spring. I used extremely fine quality Italian fabric as a surface with various layers of bright mixtures of greens.… Read More
ongoing series of recreation and deconstruction of The Death of Sardanapalus by Delacroix… Read More
dream reaction after watching Kurosawa’s movie Yume(dream).… Read More
Inspired by the book Irving Stone, “Lust for Life”.
About the life of the Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh.
The book impressed me so much that I had to cry while i was reading.… Read More