Paintings, drawings and handmade prints, all one of a kind.
There is something to be said about the magic and the sensuality of creating work by hand. My biggest zen returns when I find myself engulfed in the smell of oil paint and turpentine (childhood memories :-).
In Situ: Set Me Free
In Situ: Bubbles
Recent Paintings on Canvas
In my paintings, I stack layer upon layer of line, texture, a hint of text, and various colors showing through as if another story—another reality—is hiding underneath, waiting to be revealed. The lines represent the road to follow, the positive way out. The lines energize the internal conversations that bring new revelations and new choices ... to "re-imagine what else is possible."
In Situ: Together Apart
In Situ: Global Spin and Fractured Communication
Selected Works on Paper
19th Century Photo Processes: Cyanotype, Van Dyke Brown, and Gum Bichromate.
Mad scientist magic turns art when pushing the chemicals from a 19th-century photo process into a contemporary 21st-century application.
Gum Bichromate Portraits
The gum bichromate technique is a 19th Century photo process that uses chemicals and UV exposure to create an original photo-like print. #madscientist 😎 Watch the video at the bottom for a quick intro on gum bichromates, as well as the story of what happened when I exhibited them as a social experiment ...