Hubby let me open a Christmas gift a little early, a brand new blank canvas!! It didn’t stay blank for long….. introducing “Autumn in New York” 12″ x 24″ on canvas
I really love this series, there’s something refreshing about the white background that appeals to me. The colors are swirling around and I love the movement and flow.
18″ x 24″ acrylic on canvas
I had a hard time naming this one, so I reached out to my Facebook friends and they came up with lots of great ideas. As soon as I heard Ascension, I knew that was it!
8″ x 25″ Acrylic pour on canvas
This is part of a small series I just completed. A little different than my “normal” in that the colors are simple, clean and defined. I like the way they stand out on the plain white background.
16″ x 20″ Abstract acrylic on canvas
Aquatic themes keep appearing in my paintings lately, perhaps it’s my subconscious telling me to take a journey overseas?
24″ x 24″ abstract acrylic on canvas
I’ve fallen in love, again! This piece is full of surprises, and I love all the colors peeking through the layers.
36″ x 48″ on canvas, spray and acrylic paint
I painted Essence after a self discovery exercise I did with life coach Denise Yamada. It was an amazing experience and it left me feeling very empowered and inspired! It was determined that my Essence is: Creativity, Heart, Joy, Commitment and Serenity. I think this painting summarizes all of my Essence words!
I’m going to miss this one, but I am sure it will open the minds of all that it meets!
Inspired by a night time aerial shot of North Park, San Diego. It doesn’t look anything like the photo, but I still really like this piece!
20 x 28 Acrylic on recycled canvas
Prints also available
This was fun! Not my typical style, but I really had fun with the pour and then added spray paint, using spare change for the planets. Please excuse the glare from the inappropriate lighting.
Acrylic and spray paint on 16 x 20 canvas.
Abstract Acrylic 22 x 28 on recycled canvas
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.