While most of these pieces are abstract, this is a collection of the pieces that have a symbolic meaning to them - at least in my mind. Each is named for the idea I had in my head as I painted, as well as the ideas that the paintings evoke when viewing them. Utilizing different methods of painting from brush work and palette knife to rubber paddles and paint pens, these pieces all have very evocative points of view.
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16" x 20" - Acrylic paint on watercolor paper. Matted and framed.
For all you Game of Thrones fans out there...Can you see Daenerys?
24" x 30" - Acrylic paint on museum board. Matted and framed.
My exploration into abstract landscapes led me to pick up Acrylic Paint Pens for the first time. In order to achieve the level of detail I wanted, the paint pens were a revelation. I created the background using several types of palette knives. From there it's all due to my imagination and the drive to create as much detail in any given space as the pens allowed me.
40" x 32" - Acrylic paint on stretched canvas.
Who doesn’t love The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou?! Based on one of my favorite Wes Anderson movies, I named this piece for what I felt it represented - Kandinsky meets Steve Zissou. After painting the background the wonderful hues of blue, I found myself creating some of the line work while watching the movie and was inspired by the imagery. Notice The Legendary Jaguar Shark!
8.5" x 11" - Acrylic paint on watercolor paper. Matted and framed.
'Pavo' is peacock in Latin. This, I can almost imagine, is an eccentric, aristocratic peacock, who would fit in quite naturally in Wonderland.
40" x 30" - Acrylic paint on stretched canvas.
Perhaps one of my only Biblical pieces, this is my abstract interpretation of The Garden of Eden. See how many symbolic representations you can see!
36" x 48" - Acrylic paint on stretched canvas.
What happens when the sun goes down? Below our feet, all the little demons and devils get ready for the night's devilry. At least, that is what I had a fun time depicting in this multi-tiered canvas piece. I created this piece centered around the sunset, and at the time, Halloween was less than a month away. The idea kept coming back to me that sunset is the witching hour and that they would be having a party!
18" x 24" - Acrylic paint on stretched canvas.
These dark, horned creatures ferry away all the lost souls...