I paint in two different styles: Surrealscapes and Character Studies. Surrealscapes are landscapes reconceived and populated with a vibrant variety of living and interacting creatures. To fully experience Surrealscapes, it helps to clear your mind and meditate on the painting, exploring the ways in which the characters interact and the dimensions shift as the eye scans each plane. In this way, one can vacation from reality at any time and emerge from surreality renewed and with a fresh perspective. To aid this, each painting is paired with a poem meant to impart a certain immediacy of feeling, providing another avenue to enter into each painting. Character Studies focus on a single entity and explore them in detail, sometimes through vivisection, exploring each entity and its relations to this and other worlds.
Acrylic on Wood Panel, Mixed Media 29 x 44.5 cm The mysterious monotony of life drawn by thought from nothingness with unbearable poignancy, like Madness Maladressed.
Acrylic, Mixed Media 90 x 35 x 3.5 cm The obeisant ideological breezes persuade us in tongues. Hail us. Leach our colors while we, reed blown and at bay, Dream of Certainty.
Acrylic, Mixed Media 74 x 77 x 3.5 cm Deep behind the moat of doubt, mired in your reflection and constructed of seamless stainless steel, it appears—looming above you, The Vampiric Pedestal of Silence.
Acrylic 25 cm x 25cm canvas board Far away from the persuasions of the port, a ship in full battle dress, flag at full mast billowing with light conversation, it stretches itself. Four smoke stacks defy their anchor, dare the thorny axe, and deny the hook, chanting instead En Avant!
Acrylic 35.5 x 46 cm My gaze fixed on another far horizon, I unravel. Letting what was wound unwind and flutter in the breeze of imagination.
Acrylic, Mixed Media 77 x 57 x 4 cm There is a geography of hinderance on the road home, bright as a blade whose unbearable poignancy declares All; All in the service of luxury. All is Blue Oceaned Vanity, Undressed.
Acrylic 120 x 43 x 4 Truth dripping through our teeth like blocks watches from the rafters as the usual suspects queue in search of a new Winter of Memory.
“If there were just one single truth, it would not be possible to paint a hundred pictures on the same theme."
Acrylic 29.5 x 44 x 1 cm It is not without a charming passivity that the conduits of curiosity are charged, making it forever possible, this Returning Out.
In Phantasia Veritas
Acrylic 45 x 60 x1 cm There is only so much the moonlight can tell you, giving flesh to the mystery while playing at perfection In Phantasia Veritas.
Acrylic, Mixed Media 40 x 50 x 1 cm A noise in the night—or maybe nothing—sets you astir. You hear it loud as day creeping into your room, Fly By.
Acrylic, Mixed Media 60 x 45 x 1cm There in the distance, an aching you've never noticed, peering back at you from your flower beds, you see it and in it recognize yourself, your own Wild Smile.
Acrylic on Canvas Board 25 x 20 cm Somewhere along gumdrop lane, you'll face it.
Acrylic 20 x 26 Known for its appetite and substantial teeth suitable for grinding bones, the Pitcher Plant is not shy and will take a bite out of any insect or small mammal that gets too close. Captured here is the joy of the moment that the Pitcher Plant first spots its favorite dinner on the horizon: you.
Acrylic 20 x 26 Startled, the Seed Podicle unfurls its leaves and rattles its seeds to scare any would-be aggressor.
Acrylic 20 x 26 Captured in a moment of joy, the Wild Orchid smiles foolishly.
Jack in the Pulpit
Acrylic 20 x 26 Jack in the Pulpit stands idly by as the world passes wondering if he has in fact missed his true calling as a matchstick or some other catalyst.
7. Frilled Hibiscus Acrylic 20.5 x 25.5cm Reeling from the camera flash, the Frilled Hibiscus tries to regain its composure.
Flame of the Forest
Acrylic 61 x 91 x4 The Flame of the Forest rejoices as it unfurls its fiery petals and stretches its pistons, heralding Spring and the good things to come.
A Leaf Embrace
Acrylic 60 x 46 Twisted tightly, two leaves affectionately curling up. Their knowledge of Fall makes their embrace that much more secure.
Fall Like an Angel
Acrylic, Mixed Media 90 x 60 x 1.5cm Between the Atlantic of youth and the repurposing of disaster, we all must eventually learn to Fall like an Angel.