Painted Zip disk. Mixed media. I love old retro stuff and found rejected objects. It's hard to believe how fast zip, floppy, jaz, etc. disks became yesterdays technology. It's about time these old disks found a new purpose and some respect.
Making marks with paint and pens.
Working on tan paper. If you'd like to see my process there's a video of me painting this over on my Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k9jc-09Sjzs
From post-it note to canvas.
Quarantine life has got me taking some of my old doodles and turning them into paintings.
Acrylic on wood
Reebok commissioned me to customize a pair of their white Classics in time for a holiday giveaway (2017).
From post-it note to canvas. Quarantine life has got me taking some of my old doodles and turning them into paintings.
Acrylic on reclaimed cabinet door
The S’mores Bunch and the Trek through Thunderstruck Forest. 8x8 acrylic painting on birch board.
Skateboard deck for #iheartdecks exhibition in Wynwood.
This is a piece I did a while ago, and it's definitely become one of my favorites. 18x24, acrylic on canvas.
Gentleman Cat was modelled on a victorian oil painting with a special family cat as the star of the show! Part of a pair for a special Christmas present.
Speed painting on iPad Pro
Lockdown watch - House M.D. Another mixed media piece, my latest :).
Searching for fortune and glory, Tex Puff instead discovered mallowlithic drawings. Small 8x8 acrylic painting from last year.
You Can’t See Me~
Painted this today in my sketchbook :) it was cold for the first time this morning so wanted to paint something autumnal.
Painting the sky, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zYW3SRP6ZOU
Acrylic on 18 x 24 canvas
Tiger painting printed on textured paper :)
Acrylic on paper
I've been fascinated by ravens for a few years now and doodle and paint them constantly. Here's the latest version ...
"Parts Unknown," Acrylic on Canvas, 18x24 Some actions we will never know the reason behind, and, quite honestly, we don't always need to know the answer. Anthony Bourdain committed suicide on June 8th, 2018, news that was shocking for most to hear. People continue to speculate what could have caused him to commit suicide, some feel he had more to do, to say before he died. Personally, I find there's some feeling of closure or completeness to his death. I don't know what the feeling is exactly, but it's there. It feels like he left on his own terms, decided it was time. I wouldn't consider his death as him waving a white flag to addiction and depression. He said his shows were intended to tell other's stories, tell them frankly and truthfully. It's interesting how blunt and honest he could seem to be about himself, though he kept so many layers held within. Although we'd love to have a clear cut answer, explanation, reason, what would knowing that information change?
Gouache and watercolor on paper.
Acrylic on canvas
Had a wonderful morning at Perry Lake painting this scene from the harbor. The soothing harbor sounds and a flock of pelicans taking a rest on their way to Texas were my companions. Swipe for a few detail shots. Also... a bonus fly for your nature enjoyment.
I am so in love with Procreate. I love the smooth blending, the textures and how easy it is to work with. This fox is available on my INPRNT store.
Watercolor of my older brother and his best friend. Time has separated them, but this is how I remember them. From a reference photo.
I'm going to paint this guy onto an egg next Easter. Ink & watercolor on 5x5 Arches cold press.