Friday, March 29, 2024

Painting Documentation Videos

Spent the day moving paintings around so I could get documentation of the three paintings I didn't know I didn't have any video of. Thanks to my Mother for letting me use her Phone that has a better camera than mine does.

Have a blessed day!


Friday, March 15, 2024


02-10-2024 2S
9.5 X 6 IN
Acrylic on Acrylic Yarn on Painted wood Chassis.

2S is for Two Sided as you can clearly see. I have been thinking about this in the recent work on my Testers. As of right now there are two of these. The other shall be online soon.

The first painting of my TESTERS series where I decided to try different colors on each side. I was so pleasantly surprised when I looked at the painting in progress, I knew I had something going that was spectacular and filled with so much visual information to make a full viewing.

Tuesday, January 30, 2024


22 X 16IN
Acrylic on Nylon Rope on Painted wood Chassis.


22 X 16 IN
Acrylic on Nylon Rope on Painted wood Chassis.

This particular painting was a wonderful enjoyment to create. The uses of the interior yellow and red make the foreground stick out even more to the eye. The details are exquisite. 

This is the mixing palette I used for this painting. I needed to find the right blue to go with the Pthalo that is used for the chassis. Along with the right mixture of mediums to make the textural paint the correct thickness. In mixing textural paint, I move very slowly as you have to allow time for the paint to dry since wet paint has its own dynamics. The area of the top, which kinda looks like an abstract head, is the most recent mixing. I test my paint not on my walls, I test my paint on the paint buckets I use, makes the paint easy to use and get rid of when no longer needed. So what you are seeing here is the paint taken off the bucket and placed on a white background so you pay more attention to it than the bucket.

Have a blessed week!

09-29-2023 72X52IN

72 X 52 IN
Acrylic on Acrylic and Nylon Rope on Painted wood Chassis.

I have a special desire for making white paintings. After many years making white paintings, I find white to be the most powerful color as it allows one to see every detail better than any other color. I'm not making a declaration on anyone else's work, I am simply writing about my own. 

Saturday, January 20, 2024


36 X 26 IN
Acrylic on Nylon Rope on Painted wood Chassis.
Pigment by: KP Pigments Bora Bora Blue

A few months before this painting was created, I had been watching the DipYourCar Channel on YouTube that shows some amazing pigments that you don't see in painting. I got in touch with KP Pigments which supplies much of their car pigments, and they hooked me up with some sweet pigments that shall be on future paintings but this is the first one. I also used the ground glass on the backing paint I got from Paint Huffer, they make a ground glass that I got myself before and really enjoy seeing the light catch the tiny granules in the painting as you view it from all directions. 

These images are pretty large so you can click on them and really take in the details.


Thursday, January 18, 2024

12-07-2023 Video

I spent last night going over this video time and time again. I kept thinking of making it shorter, but everytime I looked into it, I simply couldn't, as I kept loving looking at this marvelous painting. Hopefully you too.

Have a blessed day!

72 X 52IN
Acrylic on Nylon Rope on Painted wood chassis.



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