Friday, August 13, 2021

05-06-2021

05-06-2021

72 X 52 IN

Acrylic on Nylon on Painted wood Chassis. 



 




 

 

I make videos of each painting as it is being photographed. This one is fantastic.



 

Tuesday, January 19, 2021

12-02-2020 Painting - 72 X 52 IN.

"12-02-2020"
72 X 52 Inches
Acrylic on Various Ropes on Painted Chassis

You may have noticed in the photos that the white of the chassis has a slightly blue cast to it. It's from a special pigment I got from Guerra Paint in NYC, that causes the light to shift depending on where you are standing. It looks blue in one angle, red in another, and gold in another.










 








Enjoy the video I created for this painting.



Monday, October 12, 2020

Gateways of Abundance #32

These freestanding paintings were originally envisioned as a way to share my work with those who couldn't see the large paintings in person. In time they became a true force of their own. This is the first of the new name, along with a new thinner chassis which elongates the vision of the painting, making it seem taller in it's newfound thinning. 

Development brings you from one manner of painting that you thought you would never need to change, unto new methods of making that you once denied, finding within them, new and exciting things that you later realize you should have changed it earlier. You gotta keep developing to see the beauty that you will be creating in the future. Available at Saatchi Art.

#32
9.5 X 6 X 1.5 IN
Acrylic on Painted wood Chassis.

Front Views First...

 

Back Side...



And now for some video on it's turntable.


 

Gateways of Abundance #31

These freestanding paintings were originally envisioned as a way to share my work with those who couldn't see the large paintings in person. In time they became a true force of their own. This is the first of the new name, along with a new thinner chassis which elongates the vision of the painting, making it seem taller in it's newfound thinning.

Development brings you from one manner of painting that you thought you would never need to change, unto new methods of making that you once denied, finding within them, new and exciting things that you later realize you should have changed it earlier. You gotta keep developing to see the beauty that you will be creating in the future. Available at Saatchi Art.

#31

9.5 X 6 X 1.5 IN
Acrylic on Painted wood Chassis
 

Front Views First.



And now the back side...



And now for some video on it's turntable.



Friday, October 9, 2020

Gateways of Abundance. #30

#30 is the first named in the new named series. These freestanding paintings were originally envisioned as a way to share my work with those who couldn't see the large paintings in person. In time they became a true force of their own. This is the first of the new name, along with a new thinner chassis which elongates the vision of the painting, making it seem taller in it's newfound thinning. Development brings you from one manner of painting that you thought you would never need to change, unto new methods of making that you once denied, finding within them, new and exciting things that you later realize you should have changed it earlier. You gotta keep developing to see the beauty that you will be creating in the future. Available at Saatchi Art.

#30
9.5 X 6 X 1.5 IN
Acrylic on Painted wood Chassis.

 Front Views First...


 

And now the back side....



And now for some video on it's turntable.




Thursday, October 8, 2020

Tester #25

Right before I began making the new GOA freestanding paintings, I was in the process of making and calling them TESTERS. I changed the name to GOA after the 29th was completed. I felt that Gateways of Abundance is a much stronger title for this group of work than TESTERS which now seems elementary. Yet they were introduced as a way to introduce my paintings to a larger public, a way to get my paintings in more loving homes around the world.

I give you number 25 out of 29 TESTERS, this is the last of them to not have any yarn wrapping. Even though it's not the last wrapped freestanding painting I'll do, by far. I've got so much development to accomplish in just these small works alone that I'll happily be continuing to develop them far into my old age.

#25
9.5 X 6 X 1.5 IN
Acrylic on Painted wood Chassis.  

Front side first...



And now the back....



Thanks for viewing. I don't update this page as much as I should, but i'm getting better at it. Have a great day!



Thursday, October 1, 2020

Unboxing Guerra Paint

 Yesterday I received a nice box of paint from my favorite NYC Paint Store, GUERRA PAINT & PIGMENT. I normally just open the box and get to using the paint, but I felt this time I'd show it off to anyone that views it.


 
 
Enjoy and be sure to check out guerrapaint.com if you wish to check them out further.


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