“Saturday Morning”

“Saturday Morning” 90 x 130 cm. Acrylic paint on canvas.

While I can never come close to create anything as beautiful as the human form, I try to share my perception in such a way as help the viewer see that same beauty in a different light, with a different set of eyes. 

I quite enjoy how the bright sun illuminates the scene, defining the figure while adding an almost marble-like tone to the skin and I’m rather pleased with the result. Much to the models surprise, I gave her red hair in this painting but it just seemed the right thing to do?

Neither is my ambition to imitate the function of a camera, because the camera already does that expertly, much faster and without compare. Instead I merely aim to share my respect and admiration for the endless variations of beauty I see in people around me.

“Family: A Work In Progress” (details)

Acrylic paint on canvas, triptych (123 x 245 cm.)

Just like the title, this is indeed a work in progress, yet I wanted to share the current developments.

“Family: A Work In Progress” (123 x 244 cm) detail #1

Knowing some of the journey may help you further appreciate or entirely dislike the finished product but either way, the process is what I must work my way through to find the balance needed to call the product finished.

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