A walk through the forest inspired me to create this piece and incorporate living plants between the panels Acrylic spray on canvas. 36" x 52"
The cold of the winter provided motivation to create a big bonfire piece to warm up the area and bring back memories of childhood campfires. Acrylic spray on canvas. 48" x 42"
ROGUE WAVE IN A STORM
The ocean is where my soul lives, so I created this piece after spending a weekend walking the beaches of California. Acrylic spray on canvas. 24" x 36"
A tribute to 9/11 that I created as a gift, based on a picture taken from the Hudson river shortly after the building's completion in 1973. Acrylic spray on canvas. 12" x 12"
One of the first paintings I ever created, with the rays of the sun breaking through geometric clouds. Acrylic spray on canvas. 12" x 12"
Second in a series of color and contrast designs using color variations and grayscale. Black 2.0 provides an amazing deep black in contrast to the bright white background that really sets the colors apart. Acrylic spray and Black 2.0 on canvas. 36" x 36"
An early piece experimenting with line thickness and metallic overspray with dark blues and purples. Acrylic spray on canvas. 12" x 12"
I created this painting during the first days of the pandemic, based on the molecular structure of the COVID-19 virus. Acrylic spray on canvas. 12" x 12"
BLACK AND GOLD
The third high-contrast design using color and grayscale, this time creating the illusion of depth. Created for a friend graduating from their medical fellowship program. Acrylic spray and Black 2.0 on canvas. 24" x 18"
My first color and contrast design utilizing Black 2.0. Turned out to resemble a planetary atmosphere in space, but I decided to focus on hard edges and isolating the colors more in the subsequent contrast pieces. Acrylic spray and Black 2.0 on canvas. 24" x 48"
Another early painting, experimenting with textured metallic gold and cool tones of blue and purple. Acrylic spray on canvas. 12" x 12"