The immovably thick walls, nearly a millennium old, the old roman window and the light coming from beyond this solid barrier, the figure, as it is revealed in the sparse light of this otherworldly space—all play their part here. I’ve named this painting “In… Continue Reading ““In the Light””
The long silence on my site is not due to inactivity but rather lack of me reporting my progress. Some of my pieces can be very time intensive, while also presenting some very real problems along the way—as every piece is new, real and… Continue Reading “Progress Report”
“January” 105 x 65 cm, acrylic paint on canvas. By seeking a more universal representation of the figure and excluding all but the actual torso, I hoped to give credit to the sculptural qualities of the female form and not let the aesthetics be… Continue Reading ““January””
Again, one of my first acrylics and one of my first figure paintings. With this, I aimed to create a reflective scene, sharing that deep inner feeling of peace, calm and contemplation. When working with people and perhaps especially with the nude figure, it’s… Continue Reading ““At 2:00 PM””
In a vague hope of sharing the three-dimensional qualities of Dry Spell’s shaped canvas and keeping in mind the limitations of two-dimensional media, I had to change my approach. Instead of attempting to include everything, I moved in close–showing just portions of Dry Spell.… Continue Reading ““Dry Spell” (details)”
“Dry Spell” 214 x 90 cm. Diptych. Acrylic paint on shaped canvas.