Psycho

Lots of stuff going on here. It’s all personal shit, deep dark and it seems to be coming out in my paintings lately. There’s a lot there to express, and it is all part of the process. I hope that it means something special to you, on your own level.

30 x 40 stretched canvas with spray paint and acrylic, knife and pour.
$400.00

Pouring Paint

I’ve recently discovered the art of pouring paint. It’s basically acrylic paint mixed with a pouring medium and poured over canvas or wood or whatever.

The colors separate and form cells, it’s really quite mesmerizing! I’m just learning and experimenting now, but I imagine I will be expanding on this medium, the possibilities are exciting!

My Up Side Down

I’m excited about this piece, and a little spooked! At first I was was feeling an underwater kind of vibe, but after a few slaps of paint here, and a dab of paint there, I soon realized I was somewhere else.

Painting on recycled canvas, 24″ x 24″ spray paint, acrylic paint, with knife and brush. September 2018.

$350.00

Thick Skinned

“Thick Skinned” is definitely one of my favorite paintings from my Broken Toe series. It was created with spray and acrylic paint, by knife on a 12 x 12 canvas.

The elephant appeared by “happy accident,” as soon as I saw it I was excited, the elephant is clearly one of my spirit animals.

SOLD!!!! Bubbles in the Atmosphere

Bubbles in the Atmosphere – Acrylic with knife and brush on stretched canvas, 30″ x 40″

This is one of the first paintings I finished in a long time. It means a lot to me. For some reason it opened my creative energy that had been stagnant for a long time.  Suddenly it came to a point that I knew that it was complete and needed nothing more.

That feeling had eluded me for years, I couldn’t finish, I struggled to complete any projects. This was a breakthrough.

Since I finished Bubbles in the Atmosphere in July 2018, I have been on a rampage, I couldn’t (still can’t) stop painting! I’ve started dozens of new projects, and actually finished them!

I finally learned to trust myself. I’ve let go of my fear, and my need for approval. It’s mine, I love it, and if you like it too, wonderful, enjoy!

Now, what do I do with all these paintings?? 🙂