Tag Archives: original artwork

Machine (1620-37) (2015)

17 Dec

machine (1620-37).edd.12.17.2015

Made some subtle changes to the the basic colors I was using to indicate movement between the sections of this piece.  I’d love to hear what you see and how this piece connects with you.  What does it make you feel or experience when you view this piece?  What are your initial, instinctive responses to it?

(Acrylic on paper, Dec. 2015)

Fragments (1620-34) (2015)

10 Dec

fragments 1620-33.edd.12.10.2015

This piece is made of up little fragments but larger images emerge.  Each color has a little blue mixed in as well.

(Acrylic on paper, Dec. 2015)

Untitled 1620-33 (2015)

9 Dec

Untitled 1620-33.edd.12.09.2015

I have spent some time exploring the variety of visual landscapes present in this piece.  One of the things I always try to do is distance myself from the piece & experience it for myself as a unique creative entity.  Each piece has its own unique expressive code, I could not set out to recreate this piece and come anywhere close to replicating it.  I often stand on the other side of completing work on something & wonder where these expressions emerge from.  Are they from my mind?  Is it a tangible way of working out and expressing feelings and emotions?  All of the above?  Either way, what results is always more than just paint on paper.

(Acrylic on paper, Dec. 2015)

Radiant (1620-32) (2015)

7 Dec


Not sure where this piece emerges from or what it is trying to say.  It came together in a seamless, smooth kind of way.  Depending on how I view it, sometimes I see a person standing with arms raised whose face is full of radiant beams of light.  From other angles, other aspects stand out for me.  What stands out for you?

(Acrylic on paper, Dec. 2015)

Untitled 1620-31

4 Dec


A warm piece for a cold weekend.

(Acrylic on paper, Dec. 2015)

Untitled 1620-26 (2015)

29 Nov

untitled 1620-26.edd.11.28.2015

Orange hues pervade this piece.  Some of the paint I used has a glossy sheen so it is a little shiny.  The lighter orange areas really help off-set the more aggressive darker areas.  Was fun to play with this color.

(Acrylic on paper, Nov. 2015)

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